We help educators use nature as a teacher.

Professional development and consultancy for
ECE, primary and educators working with nature
LEARN, PLAY, DISCOVER, EXPLORE!
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Get our MONTHLY NEWSLETTER to keep updated with all things nature education and gain inspiration on getting outdoors and into nature.

If you are looking for some ideas while we all ride this adventure that is self isolation, download this 50 Mini Adventures that I created a while ago and can be adapted. When you are out getting some fresh air, many of these can be done or even in your backyard.

If you are looking for some ideas while we all ride this adventure that is self isolation, download this Nature Scavenger Hunt. When you are out getting some fresh air, many of these can be done or even in your backyard.

My First Bush Kindy Case Study

Are you an ECE teacher interested in the Bush Kindergarten movement and INSPIRED to find out more?

Find out how a New Zealand kindergarten ran their very first BUSH KINDY session and what they observed and learnt along the way.

Download your free CASE STUDY today!

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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 give you practical support and ideas to help make nature education part of what you do so you feel more confident using the 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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