Delivering measurable social and environmental impact within the community and the environment.
School Sustainability Programme
Providing an engaging education in environmental sustainability by working with local schools. We provide creative outdoor experiences that inspire, educate, and nurture a respect for the natural environment.
Encouraging children to understand the world around them, igniting their curiosity, and broadening their career opportunities.
Taking children on day trips where they will discover more about forestry, biodiversity, energy, food, water, waste, and sustainable cities.
Visits include the UK’s largest community solar farm, a real MRF recycling centre, tree and biodiversity planting, cookery classes at at a farm, and river workshops.
The programme has been designed to support the national curriculum whilst delivering a much needed education in climate change solutions.
We are building an area of rich biodiversity at Stratford-upon-Avon central train station.
It t will be an educational space providing advice, inspiration and encouragement to local people to support wildlife and create biodiversity corridors throughout the town.
People will be able to learn more about wildlife and wildlife habitats and watch the area grow and transform into a diverse ecosystem, all while in a highly-transited urban area.
Over 250 local primary school children will help plant this area this spring or early summer as part of their involvement in the School Sustainability Programme. If you or your group would like to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free school lesson plans
We have created free lesson plans on sustainability in collaboration with Environmental Sustainability Masters students at Warwick University and experienced primary school teacher Nicola Higgins.
They support the national curriculm and provide education in climate change solutions.
They have generously been funded by Orbit Group, The Elizabeth Creek Trust and The GJW Turner Trust
Raising awareness, inspiring, empowering, and educating those involved.
The Great Big Bug Hunt
The Great British Bug Hunt began as a 2020 COVID-19 project to support vulnerable people experiencing isolation and loneliness as a result of self-isolation.
We were able to give over 500 people nature boxes. These boxes contained 3 pollinator plants to plant in their gardens, along with a beautifully illustrated 48-page book illustrating how to identify and support creatures that visited their gardens.
This project also helped create long-term change in the community.