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Connecting urban children and families with nature

TGC is a charity and non-profit organisation.

We provide urban children and adults with transformative outdoor experiences devised to encourage active lifestyles, promote self-discovery, inspire growth and stimulate respect for nature.

Forest School Training!

Would you like to do your Forest School Level 2 or Level 3 training?

Join TGC for  ITC accredited Forest School training courses in London starting March '22 and in Kent at the beautiful Quadrangle in Shoreham in October '22.

 

Little Explorers in Islington and coming soon to Hackney!

Calling all under 5s, parents and carers!

Join TGC for Little Explorers sessions at King Square Gardens, Gillespie Park and Whittington Park January to March '22. And from early Spring at Newington Green in Islington and at Springfield Parkin Hackney!

🌱 Make arts & crafts
🌱 Sing songs
🌱 Read stories
🌱 Discover wildlife and your local park
🌱 And much, much more!

Keep your eyes peeled for more Acorn Club dates...

What are your plans for school holidays in 2022? 🐚🍄🌱🐝

Stay tuned for more Acorn Club dates to be announced soon!

 

Do you need to complete your Forest School First Aid training?

News

October Forest School Training at The Quadrangle!

TGC is running a fully accredited L2 and L3 Forest School training course in October 2021 in Shoreham, Kent

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Little Explorers is back for autumn!

Little Explorers is TGC’s free drop-in activity for under 5’s and their parents and carers.

Meet a TGC facilitator who will guide you to discover wildlife, water, weather, trees, bees, butterflies and plants in your local green space.

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TGC WINS ‘Education & Learning Team of the Year’ at School Travel Awards!

Thursday 20th May marks a lot of things for the outdoor learning community; Outdoor Classroom Day, World Bee Day and this year, the highly anticipated School Travel Awards!

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HRH The Duchess of Cambridge visits TGC 

Our mission

Our mission is to support people to connect with nature, improving mental health, wellbeing and resilience,
leading to increased respect and protection of the natural world.

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