Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust offers a range of exciting Outreach Education Programmes. Click here to download our leaflet, or visit the individual pages below.
Through our Environmental Education Workshops we can bring quality environmental education to your primary school, whilst meeting the requirements of the National Curriculum.
Forest School helps children to develop personal, social and emotional skills and increases confidence and self esteem. Our comprehensive programme can be run either in your school grounds or in a nearby green space.
Our range of Woodland Workshops give pupils the opportunity to experience elements of Forest School such as woodwork, shelter building and fire lighting, without needing to take part in a full six week programme.
School grounds projects and advice are availiable through Grow Wild, which aims to support schools to make the most of their outdoor spaces for people and for wildlife.
For more information and to book a visit to your school, contact the Education Officer on 0116 248 7356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Samuel Stuart and Bas Forgham will talk about the coal mine history of the area and nature reserve.