Wildlife Watch Club
Training and Resources Kit
Wildlife Watch is the junior branch of The Wildlife Trusts and the UK’s leading environmental action club for kids.
In Wildlife Watch groups children get to know and enjoy their local area – for example through fungus forays or tree games; and care for their local area by doing things like promoting recycling, organising litter picks or helping to restore ponds. They may also participate in projects recording species, monitoring the environment and contributing to wider community action. Together, these activities enable them to build personal and social skills and knowledge whilst developing a positive relationship with their local environment.
Our resource kit comes with training in running outdoor learning and all the resources you need to keep growing the curiosity and knowledge of young nature enthusiasts - and they love working towards our Hedgehog and Kestrel awards!
Many schools run Wildlife Watch as a fun lunchtime or afterschool club.
- 2x2 hour sessions to train staff to be Wildlife Watch Leaders
- Resource box packed with materials and session plans
- Risk Assessments
- Hedgehog & Kestrel participant scheme stamps and certificates
- Badger mascot
“It felt very satisfying knowing I helped a species survive!” Hedgehog Award Participant
Call 0121 523 0094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss or book.
Download our My Wild School brochure!
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