We are now working with schools across Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster in our Tri-borough Outdoor Learning Project. We will be getting outside in fun, active, local area learning experiences via geography, science, environment, heritage, citizenship, sustainability and more.
Below are some of our current Tri-borough sessions. We can also help you with your local history and geography topics. All sessions can be adapted to suit your curriculum and school needs.
Waterway Explorers KS1 & KS2 Science • Geography • History
Get curious by the canal through eye-opening enquiry, identification and games. Investigating living things & their habitats we will explore the Grand Union Canal and its surroundings.
Towpath Time Travel KS1 Literacy • Numeracy • History • Geography
Exploring the stories and sights of Little Venice & Paddington basin through enquiry, puzzles, maps and more! Looking at the pioneering work of Turing, we will break codes and discover the changes of this wonderful hidden area of London.
Cemetery Stories KS1 & KS2 History • Literacy
Learn all about your local area by discovering the stories and heritage of Kensal Green Cemetery and the Grand Union Canal or Brompton Cemetery and nearby Earls Court.
Earls Court Explorers KS1 & KS2 History • Literacy • Geography
Following in the fascinating footsteps of past characters of the Earls Court area we will explore the process of change by uncovering the past and looking to the future.
Imperial Investigators KS1 & KS2 Geography • History • Science
Seek out the past along the River Thames from Imperial Wharf and Sands End by studying lost rivers, local parks, riverside environments, wildlife and more.
Hidden Chelsea KS2 History • Literacy • Geography
Discover the local hidden history of Chelsea embankment and the riverside environment by looking at significant individuals, events and changes from the stone age to modern times.