Outdoor Education in South London

Outdoor Education in South London

Heber Primary School at Centre for Wildlife Gardening credit Abi March 

We offer inspiring hands-on lessons amongst South London's wildlife at the following reserves:

Centre for Wildlife Gardening, Peckham

At the Centre for Wildlife Gardening, schoolchildren can enjoy a mixture of curriculum linked games and hand-on discovery activities in a variety of demonstration habitat areas on site.

Facilities: Accessible toilets, an indoor classroom, and picnic area.

Prices: Sessions cost £120 (+VAT), and last 90 minutes (20% discount available for Southwark schools).

Winter discounts at the Centre for Wildlife Gardening! 
Book any education session in November, December or January and get 30% off (40% discount for Southwark schools).

If you have any questions email Abi March on amarch@wildlondon.org.uk or call Abi on 020 3897 6151.

Address: 28 Marsden Road, London. SE15 4EE

For availability and to book, please fill out the online booking form

Nature Tots Forest School at Centre for Wildlife Gardening

Let your children find their wild side! Join us at Nature Tots for 18 month – 5 year olds, every Monday in term-time. We engage and inspire young people and their carers to connect with nature through hands-on outdoor activities around wildlife.

Find out more and book here

Centre for Wildlife Gardening

Centre for Wildlife Gardening credit Sylvia Myers

Sydenham Hill Wood

At Sydenham Hill Wood, schoolchildren can enjoy a guided woodland tour. For college and university students we can provide a guided walk looking at woodland management and ecology.

Facilities: There are no public facilities on site but toilets are available at the nearby Horniman Museum.

Prices: School sessions cost £100 (+VAT) and last 90 minutes. 

For more information and to book please email Sam Taylor on staylor@wildlondon.org.uk.

Address: Crescent Wood Road, Sydenham Hill, London. SE26 6SB

Sydenham Hill Wood

Sydenham Hill Wood credit Daniel Greenwood

Peeople's Postcode Lottery Logo

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.