Catch up: Force for Nature Online Festival

Watch our live streamed Force for Nature online festival, which recently took place in July. It’s a great opportunity to feel part of this exciting campaign, celebrate the wonder of trees and nature, and inspire your school and children to be a Force for Nature.

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Inspiring Young Tree Champions
to be a #ForceForNature

We know from 50 years of planting trees that young people care about the planet and are an amazing force for nature. That’s why we’ve teamed up with M&G plc to respond to the climate and ecological crises, by inspiring teachers and pupils to unlock the power of trees.

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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Health & Wellbeing
September 21, 2021

Lunchtime art

A lot of year 3 decided to have a go at drawing some still life at lunchtime, it was a lovely relaxing lunch drawing and enjoying the sun. We were…
September 17, 2021

Happy to be a #ForceForNature!

Elsie loved her runner up prizes, as you can see from her smile. Thank you Tree Council. Some of the staff are wondering if the t-shirts come in adult sizes!
Past & Future
September 17, 2021

Mighty Oaks from Little Acorns Grow!

A year 4 pupil picked up an acorn one day on the way home from school. She planted it, cared for it and returned it to Strandtown. What a wonderful…

Listen to the Force For Nature song

Listen to the incredible Force For Nature song, written especially for the campaign by our very ambassador, singer-songwriter Benjamin Haycock, former ITV’s The Voice contestant.

Listen to the song here

Interested in our ambassador programme?


to inspire more young people to connect with and stand up for trees and nature.

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our Young Tree Champion Ambassador programme by registering your interest.

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Young Tree Champions

We know that young people care about the planet

We have seen in recent months just how much of an amazing force for nature young people can be if given the tools and the voice to speak up. But the threat of climate change and the impact of coronavirus is having a massive impact on our young people.

Did you know?


of children have been mentally affected by the Coronavirus pandemic


of surveyed youth think young people can make a difference on climate change.

Tree Champion Schools

Free activities for schools

By becoming Tree Champions, young people can:


Grow deeper connections with each other, trees and nature both in and out of school to improve their mental and physical health and well-being.


Learn about the extraordinary role of trees and nature in tackling the crisis, explore new skills and celebrate the diversity of life on earth. Most importantly teachers and children will use their skills and knowledge to take action to be a #ForceForNature


Creatively share their new found knowledge, skills and passion to tackle the crisis. Finding their voice to engage and empower others to take action.

Thank you to our programme partner M&G plc

The Tree Council are working in partnership with M&G plc, the savings and investment company that truly understands the value of trees to fighting climate change. By inspiring young people to become young tree champions, we hope to help create a healthier future, for the environment and each other. We are incredibly grateful to M&G plc for their fantastic support which will enable us to reach some of the most underserved communities in Britain and inspire them to be a #ForceForNature