Wildflowers has an experiential approach to education that respects each child’s development.
Every morning we are outdoors where the children can use their bodies to the fullest and be inspired to be inquisitive, imaginative and inventive.
In the afternoon children rest, share a warm meal and take part in activities in our barn.
The children learn from exploration, shared reflection, challenges they set themselves and individually provided opportunities to extend their abilities.
Our day enables children to gain healthy habits and learn to cooperate with, speak in and lead a group.
The spaces and resources we use are full of possibility, which stimulate children’s initiative and creativity.
We aspire for each child to develop sensitivity to other people and their environment whilst with us, and move on as independent and resilient children who are confident to meet and persevere with challenges.
Wildflowers is located near Bramdean and West Meon, between Winchester and Petersfield.
The group consists of up to 16 children aged three to six years, 4 aged two, and three adults.
We meet at 9.15 am. Younger children stay until 12.30 pm and older ones until 2.45 or 3 pm.