CONSERVATION EDUCATION OUTREACH & CLASSROOM RESOURCES

Conservation Education Outreach

Introduce conservation to your classroom or out of school club with our education sessions.

Our conservation education outreach sessions have been created to raise awareness of the plight of  wildlife species and of the conservation efforts to help them regenerate. Suitable for Ks1, KS2 & Ks3 classes, our scheme is a cross-curricular resource designed around your school or groups needs, weather it’s for one hour or half a term. Each session is packed with exciting and stimulating curriculum based activities in Science, Maths, Geography, English, Music, Art, Public Speaking and Drama.

Our conservation education outreach scheme was designed by our education developer, Olivia Kennaway, who grew up at Escot Park in Devon. The estate is at the forefront of red squirrel conservation and is a national breeding centre, led by the Wildwood Trust.

To find out more about our conservation education, please contact us.

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Conservation Classroom Resources

Looking for some new materials and inspiration to use in the classroom?

Based from our storytelling expeditions, and working with our partners, we’re developing a range of FREE* curriculum based classroom activities, worksheets and lesson plans to keep your students fully engaged.

*Complete half-term packs, which include all resources and materials, may incur a small fee.

Red Squirrel Education Pack

The red squirrel education pack has been created to raise awareness of the plight of the species and of the conservation efforts to help them regenerate. Suitable for KS2 classes, it is a cross-curricular resource designed to last a half-term with exciting and stimulating curriculum based activities.

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