12.03 SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, EDUCATION & OUTDOOR LEARNING

The Goodlife Centre

Description

The Goodlife Centre is an independent learning space situated in Waterloo, Central London. We offer practical boutique workshops in DIY, Home Maintenance, Decorating, Upholstery, Woodwork & Carpentry, Furniture Upcycling & Restoration and various traditional hand Crafts.

We also regularly hosts London's first Repair Cafe - a community project to repair, recycle, reuse and reduce waste.

Location

122 Webber Street,
London SE1 0QL
United Kingdom

Kotuku CIC

Description

Kotuku CIC campaigns for sustainability in the Construction Industry. Its Café Van project provides site-based environmental training.

Its KELP (Kotuku Environmental Labourer Project) programme trains young unemployed people and places them in full time work. It also provides environmental consultancy services to commercial clients.

Location

124a Becklow Road,
London W12 9HJ
United Kingdom

Capel Manor College

Description

London's only specialist land-based college for horticultural and countryside studies. Offers full and part-time courses leading to nationally recognised qualifications which in turn lead to further study or employment. See the website for up-to-date course information. For a one-to-one discussion about courses, go along to one of the College’s advice evenings or open days.

Location

Bullsmoor Lane,
Enfield EN1 4RQ
United Kingdom

David Colegrave Foundation

Description

The David Colegrave Foundation (DCF) supports the development of the ornamental horticultural industry in the UK by offering multiple scholarships to those who are set on a career in horticulture.

Opportunities are open to students completing horticultural courses in the UK, as well as former students who are in the early days of their horticultural career. Read more »

Location

The Horticultural Trades Association, Horticulture House,
19 High Street,
Theale RG7 5AH
United Kingdom

NatureSpy

Description

NatureSpy is a non-profit organisation that aims to research and protect wildlife and natural habitats whilst engaging and involving local communities and people. We use wildlife camera traps to bring people closer to wildlife. We monitor the wildlife in your garden, work with national organisations such as the RSPB and Wildlife Trusts, deliver training and workshops on camera trapping and it's uses, visit schools to talk about the importance of wildlife, and run projects like our Yorkshire Pine Marten Project.

Location

Honey Cottage,
New Brighton Minera
Wrexham LL11 3DT
United Kingdom

Coppicewood College

Description

Coppicewood College a force for sustainable good. Learn the traditional methods of woodland management and craft with us. Read more »

Location

Maes y Mor,
Ceibwr Lane,
Moylegrove, Pembrokeshire SA43 3BU
United Kingdom

Eco-Schools Scotland

Description

Eco-Schools is an international programme designed to encourage whole-school action on sustainable development education issues.

It is an environmental management tool, a learning resource and a recognised award scheme. It empowers young people to take action towards an economically, socially and environmentally just world.

New Leaf

Description

New Leaf does community gardening with young people from the South London area. We are transforming the strip of land by West Dulwich railway station, where we are planting a 'pocket' Botanical Garden. Read more »

Location

The New Leaf Shop,
134 Thurlow Park Road, West Dulwich,
London SE21 8HN
United Kingdom

Aldingbourne Country Centre

Description

The Aldingbourne Country Centre provides on-site training for adults with learning disabilities, following the centres "Go Green" ethos. This includes the "Organically Grown" department which follows the principles of organic farming to produce fruit and vegetables that are available for purchase, picked fresh to order through our gift shop. Read more »

Location

Blackmill Lane, Norton,
Chichester, West Sussex PO18 0JP
United Kingdom
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