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We bring quality, exciting environmental education workshops in to your school within the North West of England, linking them directly with the National Curriculum. Our experienced team work with learners in your school using the outdoors as much as possible, offering a stimulating and varied programme of activities.
Most workshops are aimed at Key Stage 1 and 2 and can be adapted for many other year groups, specific needs and SEN pupils.
Please note, we cater for one class of up to 36 pupils per workshop, however we can offer workshops for larger or multiple groups.
To make a booking or to discuss further, please contact us.
With an aim for sustainable development all workshops support young people to develop their own thoughts, values and skills. Pupils make their own decisions about their local and global environment through which positive change is made.
It is widely recognised that outdoor learning is one of the most exciting ways of engaging children and in achieving positive outcomes. We use the outdoors as much as possible throughout the day. The outdoor aspects of our workshops are fun and stimulating, and as a result children often do not realise they are taking part in curriculum subjects.
Outdoor learning is OFSTED recommended and works well with all young people, in particular those who are not as engaged in the classroom.
Water Awareness - English, Mathematics, Science, Geography
Minibeasts & Habitats - Science
Streamwatch - Science, Geography
Waste Workshop - English, Science, Art & Design, Design & Technology
Enterprise Workshop - English, Design & Technology
Climate Change - Science, Geography
Environmental Activities - Science, Geography
For detailed curriculum links see individual workshops.
Bookings now being taken for FREE water workshops in the 2017-18 academic year
Sponsored by United Utilities, we offer a FREE half day water awareness workshop aimed at primary school pupils.
A fun, stimulating hands on session for all, linking directly with the National Curriculum.
The Water Awareness workshop