Trees for Cities

Trees for Cities  award winning work in schools is delivery-focused and involves transforming school grounds into greener and healthier places to be through innovative design, high-quality planting and landscaping, and inclusive engagement of the school community.

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The Tree Council

The Tree Council’s National Schools Programme is bringing nature and the power of trees to classrooms across the UK

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Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust website has a search tool to find woodland in London and extensive outdoor learning resources.

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London Wildlife Trust

London Wildlife Trust is a driving force for nature conservation across the capital. With their dedicated supporters and volunteers, they work tirelessly to protect wildlife across London.

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Go Parks London

Discover and enjoy more than 4,000 parks and green spaces across the capital with GoParksLondon, and find out more about the Park Friends groups involved with them.

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Go Jauntly

Whether you stomp, roam, ramble, hike or wander, Go Jauntly have unlimited walking trails for you to enjoy. Their mission is to help you get out and about, everyday. Download the free walking app and enjoy a pocket-sized encyclopedia of urban walks.

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Forestry England

Download free educational resources, they’re curriculum-linked, cover core subjects and are easily adaptable. Find the resource you’re interested in, be it activity sheets, lesson plans or bigger teaching packs, and fill in your email to get the resource downloaded straight away.

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Canal and River Trust

The Cancel and River Trust has grouped together learning resources and activities that support a range of areas from the curriculum.

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Bug Life

Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates. We’re actively working to save our rarest little animals, everything from bees to beetles, worms to woodlice and jumping spiders to jellyfish.

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