We believe that outdoor learning should be a routine and regular part of a child’s experience at school. Learning outdoors enriches children’s understanding of the world around them, increases their connection to nature, the local community and the impact they have upon it. We have developed outdoor learning workshops for schools that link to the curriculum but also enhance children’s social and personal development, independence, problem solving and leadership skills.
Growing from seed in the greenhouse
Opportunities for learning outside the classroom exist across all curriculum areas. Our workshops provide memorable learning experiences which often create a greater depth in children’s learning within the classroom.
We are working with many schools in and around SW18, so please get in touch if you would like to find out more and take a step towards learning outside the classroom.
Hands in the mud
Paradise Wild is an exciting outdoor adventure club for children aged 8-11 which is run after school and in the holidays. Our outdoor club inspires children to love the great outdoors, encourages them to play adventurously and excites their imaginations.
Over the duration of the sessions, children grow in confidence, learn new skills and are encouraged to think creatively. Children will have an opportunity to develop bushcraft skills, light fires, build shelters, and connect with nature whilst making lasting memories with new friends.
We run an after school club on Tuesdays during term time and also run holiday clubs during some school holidays throughout the year. Find out here what clubs we have to offer at the moment.