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We get Children Outdoors and into Nature

Helping ECE and Primary teachers develop their nature school and bush kindy programmes.

Professional development, system development, support and consultancy is what we do!

LEARN, PLAY, DISCOVER, EXPLORE!
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Nature Play Conference

Friday 3rd April and Saturday 4th April 2020

 

Want to get inspired, motivated and energised with like minded people?

As the nature play movement grows in New Zealand, we want to provide you with a way to connect with like minded people while gaining knowledge and confidence to use nature as the teacher. Come and join us for a day of inspiration with some amazing New Zealand speakers, who will be exploring our children’s connection to their local environment through conversation and interaction. Our speakers will challenge you, inspire you and provide you with tools and strategies to take away with you.

With a mix of speakers and interactive workshops this is sure to be a conference you don’t want to miss!

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Professional Development

From workshops, evening talks to the Nature Play Conference; we have got Nature Education for ECE and primary teachers covered. We help you to develop your risk management skills, practical nature skills and become more aligned and confident in your outdoor classroom.

Want to set-up a bush kindy programme?

We can help develop or provide your centre with the systems, check-lists, knowledge and confidence to set-up a kiwi style nature programme for your ECE centre or school.

What People Are Saying

Celia has a real passion and a lot of knowledge around getting children exploring their natural environments outside. The sessions that Celia run are inspiring too. Highly recommend.

Rachel M.

Thanks for leading such a great discussion, I really think it cemented the evening to our NZ context especially in terms of which direction we want our education sector to head in.

Rachel

An outstanding presentation of an approach to learning that is desperately needed in these times of mental health fragility among our young people.

Jaque

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