Re-connecting students with nature and each other
Some 89% of surveyed youth think young people can make a difference on climate change.
But the coronavirus pandemic has had a severe impact on young people, disconnecting them from their peers and interrupting their studies. By planting, caring for and learning about trees in school, young people can:
- Reconnect, with nature, each other and their school and teachers.
- Learn, why trees matter to their health and learn how to create a healthier environment.
- Share, their new knowledge, experiences and compassion with the world, helping to create a healthier future for all life on earth.
There are several ways to create a #ForceForNature in your school.
Orchard for Schools free tree packs
Thanks to support from the Daily Mail, you can apply for a pack to plant a small orchard or fruiting hedgerow in your school. We’ll provide all the resources and information you need to plant trees this autumn/winter planting season.
Set up a Tree Champion Club
From November, teachers can set up a Young Tree Champion club in their school and get access to a whole world of free resources from teacher training webinars, to workshop packs for all learners, to inspire pupils to connect and take action to protect the future health of our planet.
Branching Out Fund
Funding is available for schools and community groups proposing to undertake well-planned tree and hedge planting projects this winter (November 2020 – March 2021), preferably during National Tree Week – 28 November – 6 December 2020.
Want to know more?
Want to learn more about the Tree Council’s Orchard for Schools programme, please have a read of our exciting case studies. If you have any further questions then please contact us at email@example.com