The Chatham Green Project is an outdoor education initiative that uses our 400-acre outdoor classroom to bring the national curriculum to life! The project engages thousands of young people each year – covering a wide range of subjects – from life-cycles, farming, climate change, plants & pollination, animals, biodiversity, leave no trace… the list is endless! We also provide non-curriculum outdoor fun and team building days including den building and fire lighting.
We cater for all Key Stages and SEN, as well as out of school groups such as Beavers, Cubs & Brownies. We work with teachers and leaders to provide visits that meet the needs of the group, we don’t believe in one size fits all!
Focused on sustainable land use, the project investigates how we can utilise the land more effectively to better balance the 21st century needs of farming, nature and communities. Our lessons and activities are all curriculum linked, helping teachers to deliver the curriculum in an engaging and connected way. We cater for children of all abilities, adapting our delivery methods to suit the learning style of our visitors.