Here are the partners who are ready to work with your school, if you're based in Northern Ireland.
You can click through to the partners' websites (from each organisation name below) for more detailed information about them.
Top-quality school trips, award-winning magazines for all ages, classroom and after-school projects on birds, wildlife and nature conservation and support for your own environmental club – the RSPB offers all this and more.
Across the UK the Wildlife Trusts inspire thousands of children, connecting them with their local natural environment. From meadows to mountains, opportunities are endless and range from outreach to site visits with dedicated educational staff.
A national online campaign providing comprehensive resources to support schools using gardening to improve children's learning, life skills, health and well being. School Gardening Advisors on the ground offer practical training for teachers.
FSC is committed to inspiring environmental understanding through first- hand experience. Our user friendly resources and provision of day and residential courses are suitable for all key stages.
The Great Plant Hunt helps children appreciate native UK plants and the natural environment whilst learning about plant-based science. The tailored resources for teachers and children aged 5-11 are freely available.
Free trees, seed kits and projects for schools from the UK's leading woodland conservation charity. Resources created in partnership with teachers and tested by children to ensure they are appropriate and relevant.
Buglife is a small charity devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates – everything from bees to beetles, and jumping spiders to jellyfish! We have a wealth of bug information and downloadable activities on our website.
You can get up close and personal with nature at many of the inspiring and beautiful sites that we care for. We believe that getting outside can lead to personal discovery and life-changing experiences.
Working to create stimulating outdoor learning and play experiences for children and young people. We provide inspiration, practical ideas, curriculum links and advice on all aspects of the use, design and management of outdoor space.
WWT's nine UK centres welcome thousands of school visitors each year, offering them the chance to get close to wetland wildlife. Visits also include expert-led education programmes, covering a range of curriculum topics.
Become a Fruitful School: the Commonwealth Orchard aims to get schools, nurseries and special needs schools planting school orchards and harvesting and eating fruit, and linking with their community.
We aim to help all those involved in education in Northern Ireland to use the natural and built environment as a curriculum resource. We also have a range of educational resources available to download.
The Education for Sustainable Development Forum (ESD) is a networking promoting a co-ordinated approach to the delivery of ESD in Northern Ireland. Members include central and local government representatives, the voluntary sector and educationalists.
A visit to a forest provides pupils with opportunities for cross-curricular learning, real outdoor experiences, enjoyment, exercise and sites to study trees and wildlife, flora and fauna. All pre-booked educational visits are free of charge.
Experience environmental education at Colin Glen by studying rivers, surveying woodland, exploring with senses, discovering fossils, hunting for mini-beasts... the list is endless, and so is our enthusiasm for nature!
CVNI provide advice and plans for improving school grounds, undertake practical school grounds improvements and supply native trees and wild flowers. We also provide educational activities focused on the environment and biodiversity.
The John Muir Award is an environmental Award scheme encouraging people to enjoy, connect with, and care for the planet's wild places. It provides an environmental focus for curriculum studies from upper primary level.
Our team of skilled educators use the Garden's unique resources to help all our visitors understand how our connection with plants and the natural environment can affect our sustainable future.