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Wild Wonders 

Forest School

Offering connection through nature immersion, to give children the strength to move confidently through an unbalanced world.

Welcome to our Community

Wild Wonders Forest School aims to get children aged 3-12 outside year round, in all weather, rain or shine!

We are all about children creating relationships with nature, others, and ourselves. It’s a place where children are at the helm of their own learning, as we focus on play based and inquiry based learning models. Children are free to explore through play, as they create and learn at their own pace.

Our unique programs are all outdoors, except in cases of unpredictable, extreme weather. Each day we bring open ended nature and art based activities, and offer the children large amounts of time for free play. 

Our program site is on the lovely, Little Wiles Lake, which drains into the Pijinuiskaq river (Also known as the Lahave).  We are located in Midville Branch, Nova Scotia, which is part of, Mi'kma'ki, in the traditional district of Sipekne'katik (which translates to "Wild Potato Area").  We are only 12 minutes from downtown Bridgewater, and easily accessible from Highway 103.  We continue to be inspired by Indigenous history and presence on the land we use and acknowledge that we are walking and playing in the unceded and ancestral home land of the Mi'kmaw people.

Don't Take Our Word For It...

What Our Families Say

At Wild Wonders Forest School, we take great pride in listening to our community, to keep improving our programs. Here's a few of the lovely comments we have recived from our students and their families.

We have nothing but praise for Sarah’s Forest Kindergarten. Sarah does an amazing job of allowing the children to discover their independence and confidence. The program is child led learning which allows children of all abilities to participate and succeed. Our daughter had never been away from us and was very shy. She became a more adventurous and curious child after this experience.  Her independence flourished.  We highly recommend Sarah and her program. 

- Alissa Getson,  Nature Kindergarten Parent

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