Full Event Ticket - homemade bunting

WILD 2020 – First Draft Programme

Just over a month to go until WILD 2020 – Our Home Ed Festival is running 21st September to 24th September. Here’s the first peek at what’s on this year. This is still a work in progress and we have new and exciting workshops being added all the time. Drop us a message if there...
Female Stag Beetle

Social Sum Up – 31st May

What have we been up to this week... * Up Close with Stag Beetles * New Youtube video on Fires * A simple shelter * Wellbeing Activities * Plant Profile - Herb Robert * WILD Festival 2020 *

Staying Grounded in Times of Uncertainty

Many of us have, until recently, been living life in the fast lane with our foot pressed firmly on the accelerator, our gaze fixed on some desired distant destination. Quite often our minds are either living in the past or cast far into some future hope, dream, or worry. We sometimes forget to enjoy the...
Work in progress... a spatula in the making on a log next to the bushcraft knife with a delightfully marked wooden handle.

Social Sum Up – May 24th

What have we been up to this week... * TheDadsNet Camp: firecraft and knifecraft sessions * Making a tinder bundle * Mental Health in Lockdown * A moment of Peace & Birdsong *
Bright sun streaming through the light green leaves of the beech trees onto the golden red and brown carpet of leaves below.

Sustainable Education Community Project

Dear Friends, Really Wild is looking to expand its operations to run a school and a small holding/farm that will be an example of sustainable development in accordance with the UN Development goals. In addition to that it will be a wonderfully positive change of life for investors who wish to participate in this programme. ...
Arctic Winter Landscape. The pristine snow awaits the explorer learning to cross country ski. The sun is low in the sky brushing the top of the coniferous trees.

Really Wild 2019 News Round Up

What a year the students have had with Really Wild! Many of our students have become exceptional outdoor practitioners due to their hard work and enthusiasm in the highly successful Really Wild Survival Academy. One student of note is Art O’Hara from Lewes who, whilst still in 6th form, has been asked to work for...
Steve helps a young lad to safely add fuel to the fire, he's positioned himself and the boy in a safe position as the wind is blowing the bright orange flames away from them. A girl watches and waits for her turn to have a go at managing the fire.

The Really Wild Leader

“Life is a great adventure or nothing!” Helen Keller. Leadership is an adventure! When planning an adventure to a new area of the globe I choose my expedition leaders and my team with a great deal of care and precision, for if I don’t my clients and I may not come back. I seek the...
Arctic Expedition 2019. Husky dogs great their driver in the knee deep snow. The Really Wild Education banner stands in the snow.

Arctic Expedition 2019 Its not what we do, it’s the way we do it!

Really Wild Educations Arctic Survival Training Expedition is like no other out there. Its not a trip, it’s an experience that has more depth to it that one would think. First the locations are beautiful and diverse. Where we go one could sleep in a bivy under the heavens by an open fire, or you...