At the Secret Adventurers' Club, we are truly passionate about fostering a love for nature and the outdoors among children and families. Over the years, we have had the incredible opportunity to embark on various projects around London that have allowed us to bring people closer to nature and provide them with unforgettable experiences.
One of our most cherished initiatives is our forest school program, where children can immerse themselves in the wonders of nature. Through hands-on activities, such as wild arts and crafts and learning new skills, we aim to create a nurturing environment where children can develop a deep connection with nature.
We firmly believe that engaging in nature is not only beneficial for physical well-being but also plays a crucial role in emotional and cognitive development. By providing free-to-attend workshops and events, we ensure that everyone has access to these transformative experiences.
Whether it's exploring local woodlands, discovering hidden treasures in the natural world or simply enjoying the fresh air, our goal is to inspire a lifelong appreciation for nature. Join us on this incredible journey as we continue to create opportunities for children and families to connect with the great outdoors.
Free Forest School
In a bid to make Forest School sessions accessible to all, we look at ways of getting funding to that we can provide children with a valuable opportunity to explore the natural world around them while simultaneously promoting their holistic development.
Providing them with experiences that can ignite a passion for nature along with equipping them with essential life skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.
Our current project is funded by Lewisham Homes, and is open to it's residents, aged 8-12 years old. Over 5 weeks, children can join us on Fridays from 4-6pm in Dacres Nature Reserve, Forest Hill.
Current and past funders: