Outdoor learning and play can help to motivate and stimulate young minds, and positively contribute to children’s health and wellbeing. Having experiences in parks and green spaces allows a connection to develop between young people and the natural world. It can even contribute to safeguarding the environment for future generations!
Environmental education sessions in the Outdoor Classroom
Every year our Nature Conservation and Forest Rangers work with children from Redbridge and the surrounding boroughs, through environmental education sessions, community group activities and nature events.
These formal sessions occur at two of our parks: Hainault Forest and Ray Park. Both sites set up specifically for environmental education.
|Ray Park Activities||Hainault Forest Activities – currently unavailable|
|Meadows and Minibeasts||Animal Antics|
|Tree Explorer||Tree Detectives|
|Pond Dipping||Plants and Pollination|
|River Ramble||Habitat Hunt|
For further information on the above activities, availability, charges, and the booking process, download and read our terms and conditions. If you wish to make a booking enquiry, please fill in our booking form below.
If you have queries, please get in touch using the details below: