School activities

School activities

Cheshire Wildlife Trust is the leading nature charity in the region offering high quality environmental education field trips and tailored sessions for your school or community group.

Cheshire Wildlife Trust can offer your school or community group fantastic opportunities for outdoor learning at a range of locations across the county covering many aspects of the primary and secondary National Curriculum from EYFS, KS1 and KS2, KS3 and KS4 experiences.

We can offer a range of sites, from our own wildlife friendly farm to nature reserves and Country Parks, when we deliver our fantastic sessions. All of our sessions complement the National Curriculum, helping you to meet your targets. We also provide training for teachers.

Our team are passionate environmental educators, from experienced teachers to inspirational young Forest School leaders. We ensure all of your needs are met; from appropriate First Aid trained staff, to DBS checks and Risk Assessments for all of our activities.

We offer environmental education sessions and Forest School session at a range of sites across Cheshire.

Forest School

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Quinta Forest School

River studies: from source to sea

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Food, Farming and habitats

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Inspirational outdoor education packages for school children

Teaching Trees project

Our Venues

Where we offer our education work

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Set programs of activity prices:

Full day of activities - £250 for a group of up to 30 children
Half day of activities - £175 for a group of up to 30 children
Larger groups can be accommodated for an additional cost on request.

Bespoke packages available on request. 

Some of our education work in Warrington at Moore Nature Reserve is supported by players of the People's Postcode Lottery

Contact

For more information contact Rosie Mason: rmason@cheshirewt.org.uk or 01948 820728.