Green Mash Ed


Schools & Groups



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Learning about minibeasts with a reception class

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Making dream catchers with an out-of-school group

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A site visit and natural crafts activity with a Key Stage one group

Our activities and events are specifically designed to be inclusive engaging children, young people and adults of different abilities and with varying levels of knowledge and interest.

Through our work we aim to:
• nurture creativity
• encourage curiosity and exploration
• enable application of knowledge across a range of settings and challenges
• encourage team working and cooperation
• promote literacy/numeracy
• actively promote sensory development
• develop fine motor skills
• celebrate diversity in both physical and learning abilities and recognise how it can enhance people’s experiences

Need more persuading? Just have a look at what the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom have to say about getting young people outdoors


Not heard of Forest School? Now's your chance. Have a peruse of these pages to find out more.


Pull on those wellies, roll up your sleeves and maybe even hold your nose because we're going on a wildlife adventure!


The great outdoors isn't a library so there's no need for 'shhh'! Tails and trails with a wildlife twist for all ages and abilities.


Creative? Yes, always. Messy? Uh huh, frequently. Informative? Yep, definitely. Fun? Yeh, naturally!
Creative activities for all ages and abilities.


A veritable pic 'n' mix of conservation, wildlife and environmental learning and of course, outdoor play.


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