Naturehood can inspire and engage school children with nature, helping them to understand their impact on the natural world and take action to protect it.
Wherever you are in the UK, if your school is interested in taking part in Naturehood, then we want to hear from you. From lifecycles and food webs, to habitat mapping and mini-beast hunting, the Earthwatch education team offer a range of activities based around the national curriculum. Your class can even become citizen scientists and contribute to hands on scientific research.
To access our full set of educator resources including a teachers pack, recording forms, activity cards and our guide for outdoor learning follow this link.
Don’t hesitate to contact our education team to find out more information, or even arrange a tailored school visit to suit your interests and learning requirements. By telling us all about your school grounds, we can help you plan and implement wildlife-friendly actions to support local species.