SJB WELCOMES LITTLE MUDDY BOOTS WINDSOR
There is much excitement at St John’s Preparatory Beaumont School in Old Windsor as Little Muddy Boots, a local garden and nature club for toddlers and preschoolers launches its third franchise at the school’s site. Little Muddy Boots Windsor will be opening its garden gates in Spring 2022 with a ticketed launch event on Saturday, 5th March 2022 (which is now fully booked).
Little Muddy Boots Windsor will be based at the Boarders’ Garden of St John’s Beaumont which, during half term, is undergoing a wonderful transformation; the existing planters and chicken coup will be joined by a brand new mud kitchen, ﬁre pit and canopy, ready for children between the age of 2 to 5 years old to start visiting later this Spring. Little Muddy Boots already has an established popular garden site in Bracknell and Little Muddy Boots Woodley opened in October 2021.
SJB Parents & Staff are invited to book taster sessions at a discounted rate of £5.
To begin with, Little Muddy Boots will run hour-long weekly classes on Wednesdays and Fridays for toddlers and pre-schoolers alongside their parents, grandparents and carers. During classes, the children will be learning through play, crafting, gardening and much more. With the opportunity to add weekend PAYG sessions and birthday parties at weekends plus Forest School sessions during the school holidays.
The collaboration between SJB and LMB will allow Little Muddy Boots customers to beneﬁt from LMB gardening and nature activities, as well as enjoy parts of vast school grounds, including mature woods, outdoor playgrounds, a pond and the specially designed garden.
Being situated at the school site with its extensive facilities is a wonderful opportunity for Little Muddy Boots as the children will be able to look at and appreciated the established trees, wildlife and Forest School already based at the school to enhance their learning and appreciation of the planet.
Giles Delaney, Headmaster at St John’s Beaumont, says “We are excited about this partnership with Little Muddy Boots. It opens up an opportunity for shared learning between the school pupils and Little Muddy Boots children and will beneﬁt everyone using the garden from a physical and mental wellbeing perspective.”
Founder of Little Muddy Boots, Hannah Brewer says “We are delighted to see the Little Muddy Boots vision of growing more gardens around the UK coming to fruition, with the launch of our third franchise. St John’s Beaumont has played a key role in hosting Little Muddy Boots Windsor and our endeavours to get more children learning through play in the wonderful outdoors”.
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