Outdoor Learning and Covid-19 Coronavirus
Now that schools are largely closed, we just want to reassure any schools who have sessions booked with us that if you have made a booking between now and the end of July, please do not worry, you do not need to contact us. These bookings have been cancelled for the time being and you will not be charged. Once things get back to normal we can discuss rescheduling to a later date so no one misses out.
In the meantime, we want to help you all stay wild and keep learning, so please take a look at our Nature Adventures page for lots of ideas you can do at home, and follow us on social media for regular updates, videos and free downloads!
Our staff are still working so if you have any questions or would like to make a future provisional booking then please do get in touch
We want children and young people across Sheffield and Rotherham to reap the lifelong benefits of a wild childhood and to learn to look after their natural world.
There are lots of ways we can help children and young people of all ages play wild, learn wild, get outside and connect with nature. Our outdoor learning programme is supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. There are four key hubs where we deliver outdoor learning in Sheffield and Rotherham: our outdoor classroom at Greno Woods; Cliff House Farm, home of Our Cow Molly, supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund; the biomass plant at Blackburn Meadows, supported by E.ON; and the Woodland Discovery Centre at Ecclesall Woods, in partnership with Sheffield City Council.
Explore the links below to find out more about the outdoor learning opportunities available to you.