Sydenham Hill Wood

This is the oldest LWT reserve and has a mix of new and ancient woodland, with remnants of Victorian gardens. You will find more than 200 species of trees and plants, as well as rare fungi, insects, birds and woodland mammals.

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London Wetland Centre

Urban Wetlands with over 105 acres of nature reserve to explore, the London Wetland Centre is one of the most important conservation projects of the 21st century.

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Centre for Wildlife Gardening

Great hidden spot in Peckham where you can find wildlife habitats, like ponds, chalk band, wildflower meadow, woodland copse, herb garden, stag beetle sanctuaries, insect hotels and raised permaculture beds.

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Walthamstow Wetlands

Sessions led by the London Wildlife Trust. These are very hands-on nature sessions and are all linked to the national curriculum.

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Stepney City Farm

They offer many farm related workshops for schools, but also a workshop on Plants, Food Growing & Gardening for KS1 and KS2.
Self-led visits are possible Monday-Friday, but must be booked in advance.

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Spitalfields City Farm

Spitalfields City Farm deliver one hour educational workshops, for groups of up to 30 school children. Workshops are adaptable to the age, ability and current learning topics of the group and explore the themes of farming, food, sustainability and nature connection.

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

This park is the legacy from the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 and London’s newest outdoor classroom. You can find lots of online resources for self guided tours on their website from KS1 to KS3, searchable by subject.

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Mudchute Park and Farm

The Mudchute education project works with local schools by providing activities and courses in environmental education, science and farming topics.

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