Wild wood experiences for children up to 5 years old with Mum, Dad or main carer

Have fun, get social with others and develop  connections with nature in a unique 20 acre ancient woodland surrounded by fields

What goes on at Wood’n’Tots?

  • A child-led approach to outdoor learning and play, Wood’n’Tots provide opportunities for learning through free play, within a wild wood setting
  • Parents/carers can learn new techniques to encourage their children to be independent thinkers and problem solvers, even from an early age.
  • Opportunity to mix with other like-minded Mums and Dads is good for boosting parrental wellbeing
  • The objectve of Wood’n’Tots sessions  is to boost confidence and provide ‘starting points’ for connecting with nature that can be continued beyond the sessions

Who leads Wood’n’Tots?

  • Susan Collini is a Level 3 Forest School leader, qualified First Aider and fully insured to work with children and adults within a woodland setting.
  • Susan fully embraces the objective of Outdoor Tribe to promote physical, emotional and social development through supported activities and free play within a woodland environment
  • Wood’n’Tots provides a range of resources to encourage your little ones to play, explore and discover, all within a unique and exclusive 20 acres wild wood environment that’s fenced all around and not open to the general public.
Children learn through play while adults learn to relax and let their children lead
Learning about the natural world encourages development of curiosity
Experiencing success builds self-confidence and self esteem
Wood’n’Tots costs
single session

£10 for 1 child + adult

£4 each sibling

Babes in arms free

six sessions

£50 for 1 child + adult 

£45 each sibling

Babes in arms free

Sessions after Easter


April 18th, 25th. May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd

10 a.m. – 12 noon

Free refreshments available for children & adults and
free parking within the woodland

Oxlip Wood

My son always leaves the session energised and wanting to do more Parental feedback


He is always so excited to tell people what he has done and his confidence has grown so much. Parental feedback


Being in a small “safe” group with trusted adults has definitely helped develop social skills. Parental feedback


I feel the whole experience has really enriched their lives Parental feedback


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