Outdoor Learning

Outdoor learning with London Wildlife Trust

Information about London Wildlife Trust's response to the Covid-19 pandemic


The teachers were enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Both children and adults had an excellent time. 

Jo, Year 3 teacher

We are currently offering a 30% discount on all education sessions until the end of July 2021

There has never been a more important time to encourage the next generation to explore and connect with nature. 
**New Wild Wellbeing sessions are now available for all year groups with links to PSHE**

We provide hands-on nature lessons, directly linked with the National Curriculum. Outdoor school sessions can cover a variety of topics from Early Years Foundation Stage through Key Stages 1 and 2 (up to 11 years). We can also tailor sessions to suit Key Stages 3 and 4, A-Level, and university students. All activities and sites have been risk assessed.

View our curriculum topics here


All our staff have enhanced DBS checks and are trained in first aid. Our sites are accessible by public transport. We have implemented extra measures to ensure our outdoor learning lessons are safe for staff and participants. These are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

View our Outdoor Learning Activities Risk Assessment here

View our Outdoor Learning Activities Risk Assessment for Covid-19 here



Find out more about our outdoor education facilities across London: 

Camley Street Natural Park

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Outdoor education at Oak Hill Wood credit Abi March

The Centre for Wildlife Gardening

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Heber Primary School at Centre for Wildlife Gardening credit Abi March 

Crane Park Island

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Gunnersbury Triangle

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A school session at Gunnersbury Triangle

Walthamstow Wetlands

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Woodberry Wetlands

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People's Postcode Lottery

London Wildlife Trust has received valuable funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, which will enable us to deliver a wider series of regular outdoor classes to schoolchildren at our nature reserves across London.