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Special announcement

Covid-19 update as of 23.03.20 

In light of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), where the situation is changing on an almost daily basis, we have made the decision to stop our Education sessions in order to contribute to the national effort to increase social distancing.

This is following the advice and the current key measures introduced by the government which can be viewed here.

Both Brandon Marsh and Parkridge visitor centres are closed until further notice, all nature reserves apart from Parkridge are remaining open.

Keep following us on social media and we hope to launch a new communication soon to help you and your families keep healthy and entertained during this time. 

Many of our office-based staff have started to work from home and this will be the normal working practise until the current emergency passes. This may mean that the service from the main office is slower than usual, please bear with us and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. 

We are thinking of all our wonderful members and supporters at this time and hope you all stay safe. 

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Warwickshire Wildlife Trust aims to show youngsters of all ages the importance of the environment to our daily lives.

From den building to minibeast hunting we offer a range of activities to engage young people in their local environment, letting them learn through good old fashioned hands on fun.

Our Education Programme includes:

Find out more about what's on offer in our Education pack

Inspiring a love of nature!

Nature Tots

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Paula Irish 

Wild outdoor learning

Schools and groups

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School holiday fun!

Really Wild Workshops

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Vicky Page

Learning outside the classroom ‘contributed significantly to raising standards and improving pupils’ personal, social and emotional development and can also help to combat underachievement.
Ofsted 2008