For teachers

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Specialist teaching staff lead a wide variety of programmes for students from nursery to 'A' Level. Our programmes and procedures are all approved by Learning Outside the Classroom and we hold their Quality Badge.

Another great visit! All the children thoroughly enjoyed the learning. Staff were brilliant and informative.

Jackie, Abbey Park First School, Pershore

Lower Smite Farming and Wildlife Education Centre is located on a 150 acre working arable farm. It has dedicated facilities to host up to 90 students (3 classes) a day.

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust owns nature reserves across the county, which include sites ideal for studies of stream and pond, woodland management and biodiversity.

Information regarding popular school programmes is included below. We tailor each visit to suit the needs of your classes and the curriculum areas you wish to cover.

For further information and to make a booking please telephone 01905 754919 or email

Please note: If you wish to visit any of our nature reserves with a school group you must contact us first. Email Marissa or give her a call on 01905 754919.  Thank you.

Keep up to date

We send out a regular e-newsletter to schools and contacts.  If you'd like to receive it straight to your inbox, get in touch with Marissa to sign-up.  Why not download our January 2016 Nature Education newsletter for primary schools or our Wild Education January 2016 newsletter for secondary schools.


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