Helping development in the next generation
At an early age children can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden tending plants and growing their own food.
Most children enjoy being outdoors and love digging in the soil, getting dirty, creating things and watching plants grow. Early years children examine and question, they want to feel, touch and smell the soil, flowers, and seeds. This is a great age to encourage children to spend time outdoors and develop an interest in growing which will later on help to develop a healthy and sustainable lifestyle with an improved wellbeing.
Children that have been encouraged to garden from a very young age became more resilient and confident, developing a sense of belonging and responsibility to their environment.
“I loved shaking the roots and watching all the dirt come off”
Learn about Nature
Help Develop Self-Confidence
Learn To Develop Relationships
Learn How To Grow Their Own Food
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Building Vibrant Outdoor Classrooms
We look to turn bleak outdoor spaces into a vibrant outdoor classroom, so that children learn through the environment. And we’ve worked with schools who don’t have the resources, time or finances to pull everything together. So, get a quick taste of the work we do to help early years children by watching our short film.
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