Our Education Projects
Chatham Green School Visits
Engaging over 4,000 school children every year, our award winning and dynamic project brings the curriculum to life, linking the natural environment, food and farming.
Focusing on employability, social skills and connecting young people to nature, this week long programme inspires young Scots to fulfil their potential through the natural world.
Down to Earth Allotment
Working with young people at risk through a year long programme, supporting young people to take control of their lives, through intensive, specialist mentoring and activities.
Our weekly Forest Kids Club, come and learn what is special about your local environment, and the animals and plants you share it with, while making friends over the camp fire.
Our Wilderness Therapy trails & day programmes take you deep into nature & wild places, away in space & time from the pressures & immediate issues that you are struggling with on a day to day basis.
It is mental health awareness. It does come around each year – but I think this year – with all that is going on around us as we enter 58 days of lockdown – [...]
Recently a team of four students from Pitlochry High School entered the Youth Philanthropy Initiative in a bid to win funding for our Scottish based Imbewu programme. Rebecca, Mati, Oliver and Dan worked together [...]
Anglia Singers Anglia Singers are a mixed choir numbering about 30 members which performs a wide repertoire from sacred to secular music, from anthems and other major sacred works such as Handel's The [...]
Recently Jo Roberts from The Wilderness Foundation chatted with Matt Williams from The Wild Voices Project, The interview covers her life and how she started on her path into outdoors, how the Wilderness Foundation [...]