Environmental Education Gallery

Environmental Education

Toughened glass greenhouse installed at a school near Holmfirth.
Pond dipping platform, safety rails and interpretation plaques.
A handmade oak bench.
The canopy classroom: A platform on a steep bank, with seating to use as a workspace.
The children at Hade Edge school enjoy the handmade wooden train we installed as part of their wildlife garden project.
The trim trail we built at Hade Edge school is fantastic for fun and outdoor exercise at break time.
A decorative bug hotel that will enable children to learn about small invertebrates.
Curved stone wall with built in wooden bench, planted with nectar rich plants to attract butterflies and bees.
A wildflower meadow sown in the shape of a dragonfly using a mix of native perennial and annual seeds.
Curved and tiered seating in this outdoor amphitheatre with accomodate over 50 school children.
A large outdoor classroom with storage space incorporated below the seating. Funded by an Awards For All grant we secured for a school in Huddersfield.
A flight of timber steps topped with green non-slip tape to allow safe use in all conditions.
An outdoor learning zone with seating under an arbor, raised beds and a secure storage shed.
An outdoor theatre pavilion with tiered seating along two sides and a raised stage area.
Using the timber mill to transform tree trunks into seating for an outdoor learning area.
Children help to plant a living hedge in their new wildlife garden as part of an environmental education workshop.
A rustic, planked bird hide screen complete with bird information signs.
Fencing and seating in a playground at a school in Huddersfield.
Wild art at Wooldale Junior School; pupils decorated wildlife shapes for their new outdoor classroom. The entrance to the 'Wildspace' at Wooldale Junior School.
A handmade oak bird feeding station.
A living woven willow dome and handmade
oak story-telling throne in a school wildlife
garden in Skipton.