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
AFTER SCHOOL AND HOLIDAY CLUBS
Our exciting outdoor adventure clubs for children aged 8-11 take place both after school and during the holidays. We learn through nature, encouraging play, exploration and imagination. Over the duration of sessions, children grow in confidence, learn new skills and are encouraged to think creatively. Activities at our clubs include fire building, planting, growing, fireside cooking, natural art and much more.
We still have some spaces left on our 2022 Easter Holiday Club which runs 5th – 7th April. Booking information can be found here.