Beach School

A unique outdoor learning experience.

Beach School is a completely new and unforgettable way for children to immerse themselves in the wonders of the UK's seas and amazing coastline’s.

We aim to improve students’ knowledge about their local coastal environment by connecting them with nature; opening their eyes to this amazing habitat and inspiring them to care for our coasts.

• 11% of under 14’s have never visited a British beach

• Not only that, but 64% of children play outside less than once a week. With just five minutes of ‘green’ exercise being proven to improve mental wellbeing, it is important that all children have the opportunity to explore their local coastline.

  • What is Beach School?

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    Beach School follows the same ethos as Forest School, using the coast as a platform for a whole new learning experience that provides children with the opportunity to explore their natural surroundings in an organised setting

  • Our Beach School vision

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    People who have easy access to their local coastline often visit on a regular basis, but what about those who cannot easily access a beach or coastal environment?

    We believe that every child should experience the wonders of our beautiful British coastlines, so we are removing this barrier and providing children with the opportunity to visit, learn about and fall in love with the beach through inspirational hands-on learning. If the next generation is disconnected from the coast, they will not feel passionately enough to want to conserve and protect it in the future.

  • What do we do at Beach School?

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    Beach School is about educating children through a variety of fun games and activities; raising awareness about their local coastal environment and how they can help to sustain it for future generations. These are just some of the topics we might explore:

    • How to behave sensibly and act responsibly when using the beach
    • Seasons and tides
    • Pressures on the marine environment; including over fishing and marine pollution
    • Species identification and information
    • How marine flora and fauna are adapted to survive in their environment
    • Mini beach cleans
    • Environmental/marine art

    Through these activities children will also develop important life skills such as team working, confidence in an outdoor setting and emotional intelligence.

  • Find out more:

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    If you are interested to find out a little more about what we can offer your school or you would like to put together a package then please ‘Contact Us’ and we will be more than happy to help.