Environmental art is just one of many ways we have of helping young people connect with the natural world
repairing a pond is hard work, but is just one of many skills our trainers pass on
Our environment centres offer thousands of young people and adults opportunities to discover and learn about the natural world every year
It has never been more important for young people to have a sound understanding of the environment and wildlife.
Every year up to 15,000 children participate in our exciting and eye-opening environmental education activities. From minibeast trails and pond-dipping, to day conferences, role-playing and debate. Our aim is to make environmental education available to every schoolchild.
The Wildlife Trust offers environmental education and opportunities to local schools and communities across Birmingham and the Black Country.
Our education work is typically just £200 for a full day or £130 for a half day. The maximum group size for any of these activities is a class (around 35 young people), but some activities require smaller groups. Activities also vary in length, so it will be possible to run several in a day - please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
You can reach the Education Team via 0121 4541199 or email
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