Join us for our next after-school club running in the Summer term!
Where is the club?
The sessions will be held at Dobbins Field, Paradise Co-operative’s community garden site. It’s an enclosed acre of land just next to Wandsworth Common for children to explore, run around and enjoy. We have a pizza oven, orchard, pond, yurt, fire-pit area and lots of spaces to make dens and tell stories.
When is it?
Tuesdays 15:30 – 17:30, starting Tuesday 23rd April, for 11 sessions until 16th July (excluding half-term 28th May and 18th June).
What will be the activities in the club?
- Social and mindful activities (community projects, mindfulness, team-building games)
- Energetic and outdoor activities (fire-making, den-making, learning to use tools, wide-games) Creative activities (cooking, gardening, crafts, photography, journalling)
- Reflective activities (story-telling, drama games, self reflection)
- Trips to other outdoor sites, such as the river Wandle and Wandsworth common for wide-games and navigating challenges
Who runs the club?
Wild Child is run by Samuel Markusse, a local drama therapist and qualified Forest School practitioner with many years of childcare experience. Sam has been involved in the children’s activities at Paradise Co-operative for four years. His trained team are DBS checked and experienced in childcare.
For more pictures of our clubs go to our Facebook page.
How much does it cost?
The term costs £110 per child. This includes costs for our leaders and workshop teachers, hiring the space, drinks and snacks, resources and also supports our ability to offer 2 bursary places children who need them.
If your child has attended Wild Child before, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place. If you haven’t attended before, please fill in the form below with your child’s details.