Your pupils can take part in citizen science projects, benefit from our national campaigns and join in with local and seasonal festivals.
Explore the opportunities we can offer below:
Explore Stoneface Creative
In the summer of 2021 we are launching a new Outdoor Learning experience at Stoneface Creative.
Join Sarah T-W and Chris for a sneak peek into the exciting thigs you can see…
FREE travel for your school trip to the farm
Life on the Farm session for KS1&2
Available: all year round at the Our Cow Molly working farm
Visit a working dairy farm and find out what daily life looks like on the farm through an informative tour and a pupil-led ‘Interview with a Farmer’ activity. Gain an understanding of different food supply chains; from a hands on milking experience with Molly the Cow, making (and tasting!) your own butter, through to enjoying an ice cream made from the milk produced by the cows you will meet. In addition to your travel costs reimbursed for up to 30 children, you will also receive a free resources kit including a video to prepare your class for the session before your visit.
Swapping Classrooms for Cows (part of the Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership)
Outdoor learning Sessions at Our Cow Molly are part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
FREE Session– limited availability
Exploring wetlands Primary and KS3
Available: April to October ONLY at Centenary Riverside
Explore the wildlife and landscapes to be found at a local wetland! This two-hour workshop will allow pupils to experience pond dipping and mini-beast hunting, as well as learn about flooding and how wetlands like Centenary Riverside help protect our homes and provide a home for nature at the same time! Centenary Riverside is a hidden gem in an urban jungle with lagoon, pond, river and wildflower meadow habitats to explore.
Sheffield Teach Wild Network – Get expert advice, news and resources
Want to do more outdoor learning in your school? Whether you’re new to teaching outside the classroom or have been doing it for years, the Sheffield Teach Wild Network is the place to come to share ideas, tips and inspiration with fellow educators.
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