Our work - Play and education

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Children love playing and learning in woodlands. The environment of the Forest can engage children in learning, boost health and fitness and increase confidence. Outdoor experiences in nature are a vital part of growing up.
 

We work with schools to encourage environmental education, deliver 'Forest School' sessions, and help to create more natural school grounds that are fun and attractive learning environments. We also try to encourage 'natural play' in schools and community settings, and we provide educational information within woodlands. 

Play and education projects:
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Glazebury's green play space

Children of Glazebury in Warrington are enjoying adventures in a new natural interactive play area. Read more about Glazebury's green play space
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Green Learning Environments

The Mersey Forest is working with environmental partners and schools for children with special needs across the UK, Belgium and Slovenia as... Read more about Green Learning Environments
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Forest School

The Mersey Forest is bringing the great outdoors right into the heart of the national curriculum, by helping to set up Forest School sessions. Read more about Forest School
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Natural play in Euclid Park

The Mersey Forest is developing natural play areas in green spaces across our area, reconnecting children with the environment. A great success to... Read more about Natural play in Euclid Park
People pose with natural Christmas tree decorations they have made at Griffin Wood

Access to Nature

Access to Nature helped people to re-connect with their green spaces in St.Helens and Liverpool. Read more about Access to Nature

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