The Nature Park’s first boost for biodiversity!

The National Education Nature Park’s first ‘grey-to-green’ habitat improvement has been created! The Nest Nursery in Birmingham have been following the Nature Park process to transform an area of their site for people and nature, which has resulted in them installing a pond to provide pupils with the opportunity to interact with freshwater wildlife. Read more.

Resources for British Science Week

We’re thrilled to have the National #EducationNaturePark included in the #BSW24 activity packs, and we also have a selection of science curriculum-linked resources on the Nature Park website that link to this year’s theme of ‘Time’ – exploring the seasons, how climate and nature change over time, and imagining a better future for nature. Share what you get up to using #BSW24 and #EducationNaturePark! Check them out.

Storytelling resources for World Book Day

Our storytelling resources can provide a great mechanism for learners to communicate their Nature Park vision and explore their site from different perspectives. Check them out this World Book Day and tell the story of your Nature Park. Go to the resources.

Webinars and events

This month’s Nature Park webinar

This month, we’ll be exploring how green skills have been embedded into the National Education Nature Park programme, and why developing green skills in the next generation is essential in creating a hopeful future for both people and the planet.

Join us on Wednesday 27 March, 16.15-16.45. Register here.

Catch up on past webinars

All our past webinars are available to watch on the Nature Park website. Last month, we talked through how nature can improve young people’s wellbeing, and how the Nature Park resources have been created to foster children and young people’s wellbeing through increasing their connection to nature. Watch here.