Why become a Young Tree Champion School?Amelie Sells2023-06-02T13:26:58+00:00
The Tree Council’s Young Tree Champions programme instils deep-rooted and life-changing connections between young people, trees and nature, and is designed to provide a flexible journey of engagement for schools.
Our activities equip young people with the knowledge and skills to tackle the climate and nature crises head on.
Participating in the Young Tree Champions programme can help your school meet a range of sustainability goals, including DFE and UN.
Learning outside the classroom supports pupils’ broader personal development, increasing resilience, confidence and independent learning skills.
Broaden career aspirations
Introduce your pupils to a wide range of green careers and post-16 pathways.
Opportunities for all, regardless of learning stage, educational need or location.
Enhances curriculum knowledge
Designed to complement the national curriculum from KS1 through to KS4.
Young Tree Champions is a UK wide education programme helping young people develop the knowledge, skills and tools to speak up for trees and nature. The Tree Council is a registered charity, number: 279000. For more information about the The Tree Council, visit us at treecouncil.org.uk.