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MUDDY FEET® works with Oxfordshire Play Association for Summer of Play

MUDDY FEET® is working with the Oxfordshire Play Association to deliver community play day events across Oxfordshire for a Summer of play. Muddy Feet are delivering nature play and nature connection workshops at a series of play day events across the County organised by Oxfordshire Play Association. As we move through the pandemic children’s play events are vitally important to …

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MUDDY FEET® Banbury Play Day – Back to Nature

MUDDY FEET® works with key partners at back to nature play day  Muddy Feet delivered a nature connection and nature play workshop at the Banbury Playday event on  28th July. This event aimed at encouraging a Summer of play and nature connection with families from the local area. A popular and busy day, with all the seasons in one day! …

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MUDDY FEET® delivering Nature Based Play sessions with Home-Start

MUDDY FEET® is working with Home-Start Banbury, Bicester and Chipping Norton on an exciting new initiative. Funded by Cherwell District Council and Healthy Bicester this project brings nature-based play in urban spaces to families supported by Home-Start in Bicester.  Muddy Feet trained Homestart volunteers in play theory, and nature play activities so the volunteers can use these techniques with the …

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MUDDY FEET® Rainforest Seedlings planted by Philippine communities

Here at MUDDY FEET®, we were delighted to receive an update on our sponsored rainforest seedlings.  The Haribon Foundation supports local Filipino communities to plant the native rainforest saplings on their first planting event of the season on July 3rd 2021. These communities will continue to monitor these seedlings for three years to ensure their success. With Climate Change and …

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MUDDY FEET® Adopts 100 rainforest seedlings in new partnership

We are delighted to announce that MUDDY FEET® and Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources have created a new partnership. The Haribon Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources is the Philippines leading nature conservation organisation, who is dedicated to advancing participatory sustainable solutions. Haribon has four key elements to their work, these are ; Conserve sites and habitats …

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Muddy Feet® Founder is selected for Santander Breakthrough Women’s Business programme

Muddy Feet ® founder Alexandra Williams is selected for the Santander Breakthrough Women’s Business Leaders Mentoring programme. Alex Will be joining 198 other businesses to participate in this mentoring programme. The Santander programme is designed to support women business leaders in breaking down barriers and supporting female entrepreneurs in the UK.  Alex will be supported by a designated mentor to drive …

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Muddy Feet® Customers fundraise to offer free Forest School session

Muddy Feet ® customers who bought tickets at Muddy Feet events in the Summer of 2020 were provided with an opportunity to add a small donation to offer a Forest School session to local charities and groups in areas of need. Muddy Feet customers successfully donated enough to offer a free forest school session. Muddy Feet is now working with the Sunshine Children’s …

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MUDDY FEET® Life Skills Outdoors toolkit

Muddy Feet® has teamed up with Teach Outdoors and combined our wealth of knowledge and skills to develop a toolkit for developing lifeskills outdoors. This toolkit is aimed at primary-aged children and contains 20 activity plans that can be delivered by teaching staff on any school ground or school field. The toolkit contains a  life skill overview table and skill/activity …

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Muddy Feet® working with Cherwell District Council

Muddy Feet ® is working in partnership with Cherwell District Council as part of the Community Nature Plan 2020 -2022 ‘A natural environment for people and wildlife. The Community Nature Plan sets out how Cherwell District Council will contribute towards looking after the natural environment, for wildlife and people. Cherwell District Council include within the plan a vision” to  work with partners …

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Muddy Feet ® Ofsted Registered Provider

Muddy Feet ® is now an Ofsted registered provider. Muddy feet is registered on the Voluntary and Compulsory Childcare registers. We can now accept childcare vouchers as payment. Details of our registration are outlined below. Williams, Alexandra, as the registered person, is registered as a provider of childcare on non-domestic premises on the compulsory part of the Childcare Register and the …

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Muddy Feet® delivers Forest School for Farthinghoe School

Muddy Feet ® are delivering an annual Forest School programme for Farthinghoe Community Primary School.  This fun nature-based programme is being delivered within walking distance of the School at Limes Farm. The children and staff from Farthinghoe Primary spend the whole day outside participating in Forest School activities and even have lunch and snacks outdoors. Activities are child-led and have included shelter building …

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Innovative Back to School Teaching Pack Covid 19

MUDDY FEET® INNOVATIVE TEACHING PACK This pack is free, contact MUDDY FEET® for a copy or download from here at TES  This pack has been produced in response to the Coronavirus pandemic by MUDDY FEET® in partnership with Cherwell District Council during lockdown 1. Coronavirus has had a dramatic and rapid impact across the UK, communities are locked down and schools have been …

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MUDDY FEET® Case study: Bardwell School

Bardwell school See the Video here  with thanks to Bardwell school  An innovative six-week nature-based therapeutic intervention with a class of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Profound and Multiple Learning Disorders (PMLD) primary aged children. These facilitated sessions were designed to deliver outcomes identified in Educational and Healthcare Plans (EHP). This nature-based therapeutic intervention delivered strategies from a range of therapeutic approaches. …