Browse the selection of practical activities and resources to help your child learn about their local heritage and nature. The sections include free curriculum linked resources and activities; designed to help children explore their local Environment in a practical, engaging and motivating way.
Many of these activities can take place in a garden or small green space.
They cover aspects of primary (KS1 and KS2) Science, geography and history.
COVID-19 Update: In current times please follow all government advise whilst completing these activities and remember to practice social distancing and stay safe.
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could help us create a wild flower meadow
could help remove harmful invasive species and plant more native species
could help create habitat for endangered species such as Water Voles so they can return to local rivers
could help support our unfunded work with Duke of Edinburgh award students
could help support our work saving heritage structures at risk, like the Potomac Tower in Gunnersbury Park
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Get involved with active data collection and research the Trust is conducting. Many of them can be done from your own home. Find out more about citizen science and our current surveys.
Wednesday 15th April is Micro-volunteering day. As part of this day we are asking you to take part in Environment Trusts Big Local Count. Help us to record how many species of interest from the Biodiversity Action Plan are in the area. All information collected will help us better support these species.
A selection of activities to improve your space, no matter the size, for nature. Activities are regularly added. See how you can Give Space to Wildlife.
We challenge you to make your favourite building in South West London out of gingerbread!
This section includes five activities and the necessary resources to learn about Animals, Plants, Habitats, Mapping and Categorising in your space.
This section include five activities and the necessary resources to learn about Living Things Needs, Food Chains, Adaptations and Ecosystems.
Take a quiz to test your knowledge on Last weeks Education Pack...
Play a game of Who Am I or Guess Who, and find out about some of the famous and important people who've called South West London home.