At Wildflowers in mid-Hampshire, young children spend each morning in woods and parkland where they can move freely, explore and be imaginative.
In the afternoon, the children come inside to rest and eat a warm home-cooked meal, and then engage in activities in and outside of a beautiful barn.
Wildflowers was founded in 2005 by Helena Nilsson. She leads the group together with Kim and Tamsin, who have worked together for some years.
The quality and standards of Wildflowers' provision of care and education were rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in 2010 and 2014:
“All areas of learning are covered in an exceptional way in the outdoor environment.”
“This kind of teaching, seizing every opportunity to encourage children’s development is inspirational.”
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