June may have come and gone but The Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild has left a lasting impression. The campaign which encourages individuals to experience nature every day throughout the month of…
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As we wave goodbye to summer and say hello to autumn it may be assumed that it also marks the end of our Forest School programme until the spring, however this is far from the truth.
Our community Engagement Officer Claire Bates reflects on her experience running an urban Forest School as part of the Painting the Town Green project.
A local home education group uses poetry to describe their monthly visits to our beautiful ancient woodland Forest School site.
Our Painting The Town Green Project paid a visit to Blossoms Nursery and showed the positive impact that wildlife-friendly play areas can have for children.
Kathryn Barton, our Community Education Officer who works on the Forest School project, writes about the expansion of our fantastic project.
Kathryn Barton, our Community Education Officer who works on the Forest School project, writes about how she is using Kent's wildlife to educate young people throughout the county.
We've been looking for some interesting ways to get young people to engage with wildlife. We spotted this great idea created by our friends at Sainsbury's Bank.