Don’t forget to ask about getting a free Wilderness Foundation workshop in your school!! This year’s special subject is Lifecycles, but we can cover a wide range of curriculum and non-curriculum environmental topics, and even support your class projects. We can also provide free on-site visits for up to 30 pupils. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org 0300 123 3073 to find out more!
Book Now! Our popular Wilderness Explorers children’s day camps are open for booking over the following Easter dates: Wed 4th April Fri 6th April Mon 9th April Wed 11th April Fri 13th April Camps activities are 10am-3pm with the option of early drop off from 9:30am and late pick up until 4pm at no extra cost. Camps suit kids aged 5-10yrs who love the outdoors! For more info or to…
Outreach workshop fun! Due to demand we are happy to announce that our free Outreach workshops for Essex Primary Schools are available once again! We kicked off this cycle with a workshop in St Peter’s Church of England Primary School, West Hanningfield. Yr 3/4 were really super at listening and discussing our special topic this year, Lifecycles, and did a great job at acting out the bee/flower lifecycle as well!
Pupils from Pyrgo Priory Primary School did a brilliant job of first mapping our meadow before completing a study of our woodland! They got so much done on their day to Chatham Green!
Make a date to discover the world of farming at LEAF Open Farm Sunday, 11th June 2017 On Sunday 11th June 2017 the Chatham Green Project is opening its gates to visitors for LEAF Open Farm Sunday to showcase the fascinating world of farming. As well as being a fun and informative day out for all the family, LEAF Open Farm Sunday also gives visitors the opportunity to see first-hand…
It’s official – we have won the race of the peas we were having with our colleagues at Strutt & Parker (Farms)!
The Broomfield Beavers visited us at Chatham Green during the evening of Wednesday 17th May 2017 to help us with some important jobs like inventing rabbit defences for our veg patch,
Anyone who has seen the impact that learning and playing outdoors has on children knows how powerful such experiences can be. Learning outdoors creates lasting memories, helps build a greater awareness of the environment
Despite several weeks of very dry conditions, the wheat is growing well on Hyde Hall farm in Chatham Green
The Chatham Green Project welcomed a class of 26 pupils and 4 teachers to the farm on Thursday for a fun and fact filled journey from Field to Fork! Farm Education Officer Jenna Cains was joined by Farm Manager Andrew Cook to take the visiting children from East London on a tour of the farm, starting with the wheat growing in the fields and ending at our purpose-built education centre…