Speaking up for Trees and Nature Winners

Fresh from this years Force for Festival. Watch the exceptional speeches from exceptional Young Tree Champions.

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Be a Force For Nature

Our mission at The Tree Council is to work together for the love of trees. Together with trees and nature we can take action to be a Force for Nature and tackle the climate and nature crises.

Latest news from our Young Tree Champions…

Read more about the fabulous work being done by some of our Young Tree Champion schools and how their pupils are becoming a #ForceForNature…

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June 30, 2022

Generation Wild -PVS cohort

Inspired by their trip to the London Wetland Centre, Year 5 have been doing some of the great activities on the ‘Generation Wild’ website as part of their home learning.…
Art & Design
June 30, 2022

Fun at the festival 2022

Some of our year 5 poetry pictures from the festival, we all had a great time being creative
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June 30, 2022

Celebrating becoming a Beacon school.

The children at Rolph loved the festival this week. We had biscuits during the festival. There was a mighty cheer across the school when it was announced that we had…

Why does Young Tree Champions matter?

Health and Well being

58% of under-18s said their mental health was poor or very poor, MIND report. At least 74% of children play outside for less than an hour a day.

Knowledge, skills gap, awareness

The learning gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers is 46% bigger than it was a year earlier. National Foundation for Educational Research.

Equality and inclusion

Climate and nature crises impacts the youngest the most, children have the least say and influence on government policy.

Changing climate and biodiversity loss

3 trillion trees cut down.

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Thank you to our programme partner M&G plc

Thank you, to our partners M&G plc and supporting organisations Eco-schools, Speakers Trust, Forest Schools Association, Learning Through Landscapes and the University of Derby.

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