Schools & groups
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Teaching children outdoors encourages curiosity and stimulates all the senses in a way that indoor learning simply can't do.
Education research by King’s College London has found that children who spend time learning in natural environments perform better in academic studies.
Exploring the natural world makes other school subjects, such as reading, mathematics, science and social studies, more relevant and truly gets children excited about learning.
We provide free activities and learning aids that encourage children to embrace the natural world around them, such as our Green Tree Schools Award programme.
Whether you’re leading a group of Cubs and Brownies into the woods for an adventure or educating a community group on the benefits of nature and wildlife, we have lots to offer you.