Related links below:
- Our Green Club
- Learning about recycling gallery
- Green art gallery
- Composting & food waste gallery
- Outdoor play gallery
Our Green Club
We run fun and educational Green Club sessions in nurseries and children’s groups to teach children through games, activities about recycling and living a greener life. The sessions can be booked ad hoc, tied into environmental awareness weeks. Information for sessions in schools can be found here.
We have an exciting resource pack of visual props to help children understand that rubbish must be treated as a waste resource and illustrate what amazing models, products and “art” they can make with recycled materials.
We also feature inspirational products which have been professionally made, with examples for the girls and some for the boys! The children learn what they can and can’t recycle, then play games to reinforce recycling and respecting the natural world around them.
These activities are relevant to the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, and develop social and attention skills, language, maths, knowledge and understanding of the world, physical movement and creativity.
- Wildlife Eco Warriors
- Recycling Eco Warriors
- Great Green Inventors
- Green Olympic Games
- Inspirational Green Art
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world – Nelson Mandela
Are you interested in an assembly, one hour session or green day for your school? Whether it is a one off session out of the blue, or maybe you are preparing for an Eco School Awards or you want a session during an environmental awareness weeks, more information can be found here, call Carrie on 07768 212833 or contact us here.
We are happy to deliver workshops or CPD sessions for teachers and children’s group staff, to learn more contact Carrie on 07768 212833 or contact us here.
“Education for sustainable development enables people to develop the knowledge, values and skills to participate in decisions about the way we do things individually and collectively, both locally and globally, that will improve the quality of life now, without damaging the planet for the future.”
The English National Curriculum, QCA
Learning about recycling gallery
Green art gallery
Composting & food waste gallery
Outdoor play gallery