What sets us apart is our specialism in coaching and facilitation, combining practical interventions in schools with tailored teacher training. Project Manager, Jenny Teague Pupils at Old Park Primary and Nursery School will get the chance to experience nature right on their doorstep Old Park Primary School, near Telford The impact has included gains for the most vulnerable pupils in self-esteem, confidence and engagement with their peers and learning. St Giles Primary School, West Midlands Improving emotional literacy among pupils is a big part of our reason for wanting to be part of the Nature Friendly Schools project. Burlington Junior School, Yorkshire We are already seeing the benefits of physical changes to the school grounds and an increase in time spent learning outdoors. Stockwell Academy, Hull Greening school grounds has turned out to be such an important element of Nature Friendly Schools for one school John Randall Primary School, Telford This Outdoor Classroom Day consider one area of the school day you could take outside each day for one week. Project Manager Jenny Teague We must take the opportunity whilst schools remain open during this period of lock-down to create safe havens for children. Project Manager Jenny Teague How It Works Nature Friendly Schools is developing teachers’ confidence to embrace and drive forward outdoor learning in schools across England. Our Blogs Hear all about Nature Friendly Schools from our partners. Home Nature Friendly Schools will bring thousands of children closer to nature and in turn benefit their learning, health and wellbeing. Our Partners The project is led by the RSWT in partnership with Groundwork, Field Studies Council, Sensory Trust, YoungMinds and Wildlife Trusts.