Download our free resources for creative ideas to grow your pupils love of nature.

Literacy & climate activity

Trees and climate change

Get pupils to experience, research and share their knowledge and opinions about the value of trees in helping to combat climate change.

Science & health activity

My life support

A series of simple outdoor science experiments and investigations to help pupils understand the vital role trees play in keeping us alive.

Literacy activity


Get up close and personal with a tree and use this connection to inspire imaginative writing that is personal to you and your experience.

Art & climate activity


Craftivism is becoming very popular – it involves using the slow and mindful art of crafting to convey an important issue.

Art activity

Taking it slowly

Three art activities are designed to help them create something special, and in the process, slow down, be more mindful and take a proper look around them.

Art & nature activity

Nature up-close and personal

Art can be a fantastic way to get pupils to really study the details of nature – looking closely to help with identification or observing how plants and animals have adapted to their habitat.

Art & climate activity

Trees through the Seasons

Get your pupils to use their observation skills to notice and record through drawing, photography and craft the seasonal changes of trees.

Literacy & Nature activity

Journey Stick

Connect with the natural world through observation and collection, leading to the creation of an item that provokes the memory of that place.

Science & nature activity

Create a critter!

Gain an understanding of how different creatures are adapted to live in different habitats, specifically a woodland habitat.

Inspiration guides

Our guides are an opportunity for teachers to take a deeper dive into activities that focus on our key tree themes of health, climate and nature.

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How old are trees?

Trees can be a great resource for teaching maths. After all, collecting and using data is key to mathematical understanding and there is a lot of data you can collect from trees!

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Pollinator Perfection

This guide shows you how you can make your school grounds more pollinator-friendly by looking at the example of Polli:Nation, a National Lottery Heritage Fund project run by Learning through Landscapes across more than 250 schools in the UK.

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Let’s cool it

Many school grounds can get very hot in the summer months and this is only going to get worse as climate change progresses. This inspiration guide shows you how to assess the impact trees can have in your grounds.

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Silence is golden

Too often children and young people don’t have time to be really quiet. This inspiration guide and activities will help them focus their thoughts and ideas, and really appreciate time to be silent.