Learning Resources

Outdoor learning resources for schools and families

Learning Through Landscapes

Developed by teachers and early years educators, this website includes outdoor learning ideas and free outdoor lesson plans.

Natural History Museum

A selection of learning resources for kids split into Key Stages. Including classroom worksheets, 3D interactive animations, outdoor activity ideas and more.

Education.com Nature Activities

Printable worksheets and hands-on activities for kids of all ages.

UK Wild Otter Trust Educational Activities

A series of concise 30-minute modules for any otter lovers, originally designed for home learning use during the Covid-19 lockdowns, but just as applicable to the classroom.


Includes activities and challenges for kids, details on nature parks and reserves for families, and information packs with facts about nature, activities and more.

Marine Stewardship Council

Teaching and learning resources for schools to discover how we can help keep our oceans healthy for generations to come.

Marine Conservation Society – Good Food Guide

Find out how sustainable the fish you buy is to eat. And read more on the latest updates to the Good Food Guide here.

Wildlife Trusts – At Home

How to help wildlife at home. Discover the simple things you and your family can do to help wildlife, including building a bug hotel, creating a garden pond and ideas on wildlife-friendly veg gardens. Useful printable sheets to help inform forest school lessons.

Wildlife Trusts – Out and About

Discover which wildlife you can see near you and in what season. Each seasonal guide offers you the perfect opportunity to plan a ‘wild’ year. 


Online worksheets and information packs for kids, including habitats, animals, plastic, and how to live a sustainable lifestyle.

Nature trails for schools and families

All Trails

Information about over 2000 trails available across the country suitable for young children and families.


Includes complete guides to family walking and the best routes for beginners and advanced walkers, as well as challenges and fun things to do as a family while you walk.


Geocaching is an outdoor activity, using your phone and GPS to hide and seek containers called ‘geocaches’ at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world.

National Trust

The top 10 family walks brought to you by the National Trust.


Walkiees is the go-to place to discover the best walks that are suitable for you and your dog, as well as a unique shop with products and gifts for dogs.