Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
We continue to follow government guidance. Currently, our programmes are continuing as planned. Should the situation change, we will contact schools at the earliest opportunity. We request that if you are due to visit us and anyone in your group is exhibiting any symptoms, please contact us as soon as possible.
Education on the wild-side
Discover our natural world through outdoor learning.
We believe that by engaging people in fun and interesting ways they will build a respect and an understanding of the importance of wildlife and nature. We provide children, young people and adults with a wide range of practical, enjoyable and high-quality learning experiences through our Education programmes that will connect them with nature and help them discover the wild world around us.
Learning with communities
We work with communities in a number of different ways through our Hotspot Programme and other projects, to build knowledge and skills in looking after green spaces close to where they live. Helping you discover habitats and green places working together with the others from the wider community to help you build a connection with nature.
There is also the opportunity for you to hold your child’s Birthday party at one of our centres.
Latest blogs and news about Education
What has our education team been up to lately?
Golden leaves and woodland crafts at Forest School
Autumn is one of our favourite seasons at Forest School, we love the golden crunchy leaves and clear blue skies.
30 Days Wild: A Kick-Start to a Healthier You
June may have come and gone but The Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild has left a lasting impression. The campaign which encourages…
Rhyming in the Woods
Following a generous grant from the Cobtree Charity Trust, children at St Peters C of E Primary School in Aylesford took part in a…