Our education sessions are a perfect platform to introduce a recycling or nature-based topic or theme. Our sessions are fun, interactive and can focus specifically on the age group, key stage level and ability.

All of our sessions have a friendly and relaxed feel where the children can explore their inner creativity and are able to use nature to craft and create to their heart’s content.

We deliver recycling, eco-art and craft and well-being education sessions for schools, alongside community projects and forest/coastal schools.

Some of the sessions we deliver:

  • Recycling
  • Eco Art and Crafts
  • Immersive Literacy
  • Forest and Coastal School
  • Curriculum linked sessions for Early Years, KS1 and KS2

Our Immersive Literacy Workshops are designed to transport children into the magical world of fairy tales and stories. The children will make their own eco-crafts enabling them to personalise characters and props to recreate their very own kind of storytelling. Lots of opportunities for early language development and confidence building, the sessions are always friendly, engaging and inspiring.

We can deliver Forest and Coastal School programmes either as stand-alone sessions or combined to explore two very different environments. Forest School sessions are based either in school grounds or at our community Forest School area and Coastal Schools are based along our beautiful coastline.

“Teacher friends – this was absolutely fab this morning. Watch out for my post on my school page as the writing and storytelling language that came from 4 and 5-year-olds afterwards has blown my socks off. Totally recommend.”

Melissa Baker, Ridgeway Academy Primary

“Very interesting and informative. Actively supported EYFS Understanding the World and EAD strands. All children enthusiastic and engaged in both activities, sessions were excellent.”

Joanne Lillycrop, Mortimer Primary

Regular outdoor sessions immersed in the environment inspire individuals of any age through positive outdoor experiences and provide them with an opportunity to appreciate the wider natural world and encourage nature conservation in later life. These are the building blocks of a more sustainable world and should be encouraged at the earliest opportunity.”

Danielle Pollard, Williby Roc’s.