Engaging, fun resources for children and families

We have a wealth of experience helping young people explore and enjoy natural heritage. From informal live interpretation programmes to curriculum-linked packs for educators, we can help you meet project learning objectives in innovative and engaging ways.

Over the years, we’ve worked with Councils, AONBs, Wildlife Trusts and others to help children and families understand the special places around them. We love linking people and place – telling the story of a site through the people who lived and worked there, and inspiring children, young people and families to pause, ponder and discover more.

Our services include:

  • Initial research and community surveys
  • Working with teachers and community group leaders to develop self-led and facilitated learning packages
  • Design and creation of visitor maps and interpretation
  • Learning evaluations
  • Workshops and volunteer training
  • Interactive and immersive displays
  • Teacher resources and packs
  • Live interpretation programmes
  • Educational games and activities, including e-learning

As well as our extensive in-house experience, we work with associates who can bring your interpretation project to life with…

  • Illustration
  • Film
  • Animation
  • Audio
  • Storytelling

Talk to us about your learning and education project

    Some of our learning and education projects

    Thanet District Council

    Twelve self guided activities for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils to explore the rich natural and cultural heritage of Thanet. The activities are supported by learning resources and worksheets.

    Powys County Council

    Three CD Rom bilingual toolkits for the War Memorials Project, that help communities and schools to locate, understand and record First World War memorials.

    Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB

    A learning pack helping young people to understand the impacts of climate change on the landscape.

    Avalon Marshes

    A working water model, created by Robert Jakes, explaining water management on the Somerset Levels.

    Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, Steart Peninsula

    A mural and video, created by and with children from Otterhampton School, to explain the natural history and local culture of the Steart Peninsula on the Severn Estuary.

    Canal & River Trust

    Interpretation panel for Saul Junction on the Sharpness Canal.

    Pershore Abbey

    Film and audio kiosk and banners to explain major repairs to the unique ploughshare vaulted roof at this wonderful medieval abbey, plus guidebooks.

    Lincolnshire Grazing Marshes, Riddle of the Marshes

    A treasure hunt to inspire locals and visitors to understand the unique culture and landscape of the grazing marshes, plus a range of panels and publications.

    Action for Biodiversity, Newry and Mourne District Council.

    36 interpretation panels for a consortium of local authorities in the Eastern Border Region to raise awareness of biodiversity.

    Talk to us about your learning and education project