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Let us bring nature into your virtual classroom!

The past year has brought challenges to many of us and none more than teachers and staff in schools. We want to offer your school an opportunity which might help you. Why not let us lead a classroom session? Children have missed school visits and external learning over the last year. We want to offer the chance to bring some of those experiences and learning into the virtual classroom for children during these difficult times.

We are offering to hold 45-minute, fun, interactive and educational sessions led by an inspirational and knowledgeable member of our team, for just £50 per session.

Enquire today

If you are interested in finding out more or booking one of our on-site school workshops, please get in touch using the below form.

    Guardians of the Meadow Appeal

    While we’ve got you, we also wanted to let you know about our ‘Guardians of the Meadow’ fundraising appeal. The Trust has experienced a difficult year, with a huge loss of income. Last year, we celebrated the 25th anniversary of creating Reg’s Wildflower Meadow; a seven-acre wildflower meadow that is an integral part of the Trust and hosts a wide diversity of wildlife. It is not only the place where we fly our birds but also home to some amazing species of flora and fauna. To celebrate and share this milestone, we focused our appeal on the meadow.

    We would like to invite your school to help fundraise for us and become a Guardian of our Meadow. It will help to secure the future of the Hawk Conservancy Trust and allow us to continue to educate many thousands of children in the future, as we have done over our 56-year history.

    If your school would like to become a Guardian, you will receive a certificate and the school’s name will be presented on a special sign, located at the Trust. It costs £100 per section (there are six in total, each named after a flower) and the Guardianship lasts for five years. As a Guardian, you will be helping to preserve the future of the Trust for your pupils for generations to come. Your support will be greatly appreciated!

    Find out more about our Guardians of the Meadow Appeal

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