Young People's Space
When we love something, our instinct is to protect it. So, if we as parents teach our children to love nature, then they will protect it throughout their lives. One of the good things to come out of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdowns that have been part of it has been lots of new and innovative videos and activities published on websites to help young families to connect with nature.
We bring you links to three sets - a local set from our village school, a county set and a national set.
When schools were closed due to the Covid pandemic, St John's C of E Infant School, Churt, made sure that pupils didn't miss out on Forest School experiences. Link to the lessons that Mrs Wills sent home to pupils each week as a video link.
Surrey Wildlife Trust have published lots of family activities, online talks and other resources to help families to 'stay wild' during the current lockdown. Link to our Surrey Wildlife page for details.
The Field Studies Council is an educational charity which offers opportunities for people to learn about and engage with the outdoors. Link to our Field Studies Council page with lots of great activities for the primary school age group.