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For those kids who like to explore their inner world whilst exploring the great outdoors, the Sudbury School gang have teamed up with Nature Connect for three Story Immersion Camps happening in July and August.
As the poster says, this is a chance for your kid to dive into their imagination as the woods come to life with nature spirits, dragons, fairy folk and beyond.
And all in the beautiful wilds of Kilpedder. Where pretty much everyone is wild. And beautiful.
The three one-day Story Immersion Camps on offer are:
Nature Spirit [Ages 6-10] Mon 1st to Thurs 4th July
Follow hidden paths deep into the woods where wonder awaits. If you want to explore, you need to master some basic skills—and this is the place to do it! We will build a base camp at the edge of the wilderness and journey into the deep dark forest. But beware, the forest holds secrets and a power not even known to the wisest bards or bravest of souls!
Dragon Quest [Ages 6-12] Mon 15th to Thurs 18th July
Create your own character, join a band of adventurers and experience a summer camp inspired by Dungeons and Dragons! There are tales to be told and quests to complete. Enter the world of magic and monsters, of brave warriors and spectacular adventures. The forest awaits and is ready to unfold whatever we may dream up!
Tír na nÓg [Ages 6-12] Tues 6th to Thurs 8th August
The legendary land of eternal youth is a place of merrymaking and beautiful music In Irish mythology. For one week this summer, Tír na nÓg comes to County Wicklow. Which activities and games bring the biggest smile to your face? Follow your wonder, excitement, and interests all week out in the woods. Join us for games, crafts, art, drama, nature studies, wilderness survival skills, acro-yoga, music and so much more! Let curiosity be your guide!
You can find out more about the camps – and sign up – right about here, or get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also catch our interview at The Sudbury School right about here.