Our workshops have been designed to bring to life the ecology requirements of the current curriculum both inside and outside the classroom.
We provide for the needs of both primary and secondary education, with workshop-based education days. Our programmes are designed to provide a rich experience through first-hand practical activities. Subjects include environmental protection, learning about diverse habitats, and growing seasonal food. We run ‘Eco Weeks’ as well as regular after school clubs, which can help schools work towards their Eco School Awards.
Our programmes are individually tailored to your school’s requirements, based on the number of sessions booked, the academic level, and the previous experience of the students. Over the past seven years we have worked with hundreds of different schools across the UK, and we pride ourselves on providing services which are ecologically progressive, educational, and fun.
Everything made or grown during our workshops can be taken home to enjoy so that parents and carers are also engaged organically with the process.
- The children at Elm Grove Primary School had a fantastic morning learning about the importance of recycling. There was a good balance of listening, discussion and practical activities. The children learnt how to make plant pots from old newspapers and planted seedlings to take home. It was great to have Philip come to our school and we are looking forward to our follow up visit to the Earthship in the summer.Claire CampbellElm Grove Primary School
- The whole school really enjoyed your assembly about the importance of recycling which was made even more interesting when you showed them the items that had been made from recycled material. The pratical activity of recycling newspaper to make a plant pot and planting seedlings was a good hands on activity in which all of our pupils were able to experience success. Many thanks Phil!Dawn MartinCedar Centre Brighton
- We really enjoyed our workshop with Philip Hunton it was thought provoking. The students were engaged to think about, food waste, packaging nutrition, and global perspective. They thoroughly enjoyed the workshop this will be a good reminder for them to think green.Mrs Diane Calvert The Prebendal School (Chichester Cathedral School)
- Thank you so much. The children were buzzing with excitement on our return about bottle walls wind turbines and allotments!Emma FooksWestdene Primary School Brighton
- The workshop was pitched at just the right level for the children. They were interested and engaged. They enjoyed the hands on experience of making the newspaper pots and handling the objects. Thanks for a great workshop!Gaynor HopeNelson Primary School
- It was a great to see how much the students enjoyed the making their own plant pots form newspaper and planting them up with a variety of seedling to take home or grow at school. As well as the hands on activities there was really good mixture of questions, answers and discussionsK. Inkpen – Cardinal Newman Catholic School