We have a range of activities you can choose from which all support cross-curricular learning and Every Child Matters Outcomes.
Go Wild with Sheffield Wildlife Trust
We have a range of activities you can choose from which all support cross-curricular learning and Every Child Matters Outcomes. We will be happy to adapt sessions to meet your needs or to work with you to develop new activities.
Most of our activities can be delivered in your grounds or on a local site. Alternatively, we can suggest an appropriate site for you to visit for our activities. We will discuss locations with you when you book.
“My children had so much fun- when can they come again?” Parents, whose children attended a play scheme
Activities Available for 2011
Forest Skill Activities: Forest Schools aims to encourage and inspire children of any age to learn about the natural environment through positive outdoor experiences and play.
Birthday Parties: Celebrating a birthday? Why not try something different and spend a few hours at a nature reserve taking part in activities such as bug hunting, pond dipping or environmental art.
Play Schemes: We can run exciting environmental activities during school holidays or at weekends for 0-16 year olds.
After School Activities: We are able to provide one off activities for an after school club or work with your setting to provide activities on a regular basis. Activities have an environmental theme but aim to be cross-currircular.
Wildlife Gardens: Please contact us to discuss how we could improve your outdoor space for wildlife. We can provide consultation with children, a design service and improve the grounds. Past projects have included: adding raised beds for vegetable growing, pond dipping platforms as well as bird and bat box making.
Additional Topics: Staff will be happy to discuss other activities or ideas with you. Please contact us.
Assemblies and Talks: £30-£50 per visit (please contact us to discuss your requirements)
Staff development: We can also arrange staff training sessions at your setting to get the most out of your outdoor environment. To discuss training opportunities please contact the Education team on 0114 2634335 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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