This springtime has been a season of huge change; I have swapped teenagers for tots, mock exams for mud kitchens and exchanged my classroom for the open spaces of Suffolk and GO WILD!
I have had the opportunity to get my head around many of the opportunities and challenges of running learning sessions and events from the back of the van, and the challenge of working with a wide range of age groups. I have particularly enjoyed the diversity of locations that I have been able to explore in sessions, places I know well like Holywells Park and Bridge Wood, as well new places such as spring wood.
The Spring Wood day was a hugely enjoyable event, it had a calm atmosphere, very fitting for a community event in a woodland setting. At our stand we were decorating willow crowns and, in honour of it being hedgehog awareness week, decorating hedgehog doorways. Ali and I even had the opportunity to pop and check the reptile mats and found a little slow worm.