Come and visit one of our seven staffed nature reserves across London. Our experienced education staff can provide your class with a hands-on outdoor learning experience directly linked with the National Curriculum. To make a school booking please contact the reserve you want to visit directly. All school bookings must be made in advance by telephone, and do book early to avoid disappointment.
Camley Street Natural Park
12 Camley Street
The Do You Dig It? team run school education sessions at Camley Street Natural Park, a nature reserve in the heart of Kings Cross. It features various wildlife habitats, a pond, a floating forest garden and both indoor and outdoor classroom areas. Our sessions are run by trained staff and volunteers all year round, using hands-on, curriculum linked activities to ensure children receive an unique and memorable learning experience
Take a look at CSNP Spring school visit information
or contact Helen Burton
or call 020 7833 2311 to book
South London Centre for Wildlife Gardening
28 Marsden Road
Sydenham Hill Wood
Crescent Wood Road or the junction of Lordship Lane and Dulwich Common
Contact Daniel Greenwood
or call 07734 599 728
Crane Park Island
Contact Alex Robb
or call 07702 669 888 Gunnersbury Triangle
Contact Oliver Rakocevic
or call 020 8747 3881
Teachers, please note: After making an education booking with a site by telephone, payment needs to be made within 30 days. Please inform us of any session cancellation 24 hours in advance of the date of the session. If you do not cancel the session in advance you will be charged an admin fee of £30 for the non-cancellation of the booking.
This educational facility offers Key Stage 1 and 2 outdoor education sessions to primary schools on the Greenway with the brand new View Tube as our base and the magnificent Olympic Park as our backdrop. A number of options are available to teachers and education groups:
- Taught courses
. 2 hour sessions led by London wildlife Trust
education staff supporting the following curriculum subjects:
- Arts and Crafts
- Self taught courses
. 1 hour sessions which are self led by visiting teachers, but supported by View Tube resources and handouts.
- Hire for education groups
. The classroom will also be available for hire during twilight and weekend sessions.
The classroom has space for 30 students and accompanying staff. Situated on the first floor of a specially constructed centre looking directly into the Olympic park, it has a panoramic view of the stadium and the aquatic centre. The View Tube is easily accessible by tube and rail, approximately 30 minutes from London’s mainline stations. For more information and to book a course visit the View Tube website