Nature-based Learning

Nature-based learning isn’t a new concept and has been taking place for over a 100 years in some Scandinavian countries. The benefits of learning in, with and along side nature are well researched and vital for human development. We are part of nature, and we are contributing to the struggling planet’s survival. It is our role to educate young children how to preserve and look after our fragile planet to ensure its survival and enjoyment for generations to come. It is estimated 60% of the world’s population will be living in urban environments by 2070. It is essential we connect children with nature especially, for those living in city environments. I work with schools, nurseries and government entities to develop innovative ways to connect children with nature.

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