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Growing Among Trees

  Stand Tall and Proud Sink your roots deeply into the Earth. Advice from a Tree, Ilan Shamir   Studies have shown that access to trees can have powerful healing properties for children and can even increase mental concentration. Growing … Continue reading

Mindful Mouse

  “I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.” – Henry David Thoreau, naturalist, essayist, & philosopher Mindful Mouse More than a trend for stressed out professionals, mindfulness is an ancient practice with its … Continue reading

Download your Wild Reading Maps!

Prospect park map

Thanks to funding from HLF and corporate sponsors OLSWANG, we commissioned Anne Wilson an award winning illustrator to create interactive child friendly activity maps for some of our best wild spaces in Reading. Wild Map Prospect Park (PDF 62Mb) Wild … Continue reading

Teachers Training at Twilight

Nature-Nurture is entirely dedicated to embedding outdoor learning into school curriculums. We’ve started offering Wild Teacher Training to facilitate outdoor classroom activities and ensure that teachers have the confidence to explore and discover the fruits of their nearby wild spaces … Continue reading

Artwork for Charity ‘One World Week’

Natalie Ganpatsingh worked as an artist and learning resource designer for Development Education charity ‘One World Week’. She created posters, illustrations and learning resources to tie in with their themes each year.

CBeebies ‘Mr. Bloom and Friends’ Event

Nature Nurture collaborated with local conservation groups to run creative workshops for the ‘Mr. Bloom and Friends’ Roadshow event at Christchurch Meadows, Reading, Summer 2013.