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October 20               w4l articles

why nature?

We know that we all FEEL better when we are or have been outside in the fresh air, but how does that actually link to a REAL improvement in our health?  Find out more...

June 20                           w4l news

new! the big five - top five tips to help children who worry

 

Catch the first installment of our new column 'The Big Five' imparts our top five tips to help children who worry. More top tips coming very soon!

May 20                            w4l news

moments of wild reflection

 

Don't forget to check out the latest articles, interviews and snippets of advice relating to life in lockdown, in our new section 'Moments of Wild Reflection'

February 20                w4l events

experience w4l schools at our free workshops

 

On Thursday, 2nd April, we invite you to join us a Brook Stables MK45 2HZ to experience our early intervention outdoor learning programmes first hand...

August 19                        w4l news

a summer of mud & mayhem

 

Residents of our local village (Astwood) were keen to raise funds for their new play area and so Wild For Life agreed to hold a two day activity club, where all proceeds went straight to the play area fund.

June 20                     w4l articles

can 'virtual nature' benefit our wellbeing?

 

Can nature still benefit our wellbeing without us even stepping outside our front door? Find out more...

June 20                     w4l articles

the missing piece of childhood

 

What if emerging from lockdown gives back the missing piece of childhood to our children?

 It seems that due to an enforced lock down and after many families spending far more time together than ever before, we have finally turned to nature and the outdoors to provide physical and mental health and to help us cope...

April 20                     w4l articles

how to talk to children about covid-19

 

How can parents and adults talk to children in the best way to enable them to gain an understanding of what is happening and help them to cope? Read our tips here...

October 19                      w4l news

w4l director announced as new country trust trustee

 

Rachael Frossell, Wild for Life Director, has recently been appointed as a Trustee to a charity called The Country Trust.  

July 2019                         w4l news

successful w4l pilots in schools

 

In June we embarked upon our first Primary School Pilots in Bedfordshire.

June 20                           w4l news

w4l launches new online course in partnership with frosts & greensand country

 

The Family Wellbeing Programme is a FREE online course for parents, grandparents and carers of primary-aged children to help them assess and improve their family’s wellbeing following lockdown.

May 20                            w4l news

lights, camera, action! get inspired by the w4l team

 

Watch our new 'Go Wild...with' films in the wild ideas section of the website. Wild activities, crafts, recipes and learning ideas to support mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.

April 20                            w4l news

new w4l support line for teachers

 

new! Calling all teachers...if you require free confidential, inspirational or creative problem solving, or just a listening ear or sounding board, then we are here to support you. 

September 19                 w4l news

a corporate lunch on the wild side

 

In September, Wild for Life were commissioned to deliver workshops as a part of the 'Connect with Nature' well-being training event organised by a multi-national organisation based in Bedfordshire.

w4l schools

Nature-led early intervention programmes  delivered from your school grounds.

w4l communities

Events, workshops and activities that focus on togetherness and discovery at a local level. 

w4l workplace

Strategies, courses and away days designed to inspire, motivate and improve employee wellbeing.

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