School activities and programmes

We offer a range of programmes and activities to suit all age groups, from Early Years to Post 16. Suntrap activities enhance classroom learning through exciting hands on learning experiences.

From July 2019 – April 2020, our centre will be undergoing major refurbishment. The Suntrap team will be on tour - bringing nature nearer to you.

Suntrap on Tour offers two hour sessions in your school (in a classroom or grounds) or exploring your local woodlands or green space under the guidance of our qualified, expert staff. All workshops can be adapted for small groups of children with SEN.

Special offer; book a Suntrap on tour session and get £50 off your first booking when we reopen our site in 2020. Cost: £150 per two-hour session (maximum 30 pupils). 

But there's more...!

For all secondary schools in Waltham Forest we have a special free offer!  Through Great Place funding we can provide free two hour workshops (up to 30 students) packed full of inspiration, ideas and advice linked to art and heritage providing the perfect guide to fostering creativity and pride in our borough.  

Contact us to register an interest and sign up to our newsletter to read the latest updates.

EYFS Activities

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Key Stage 1 Activities

Read more about the different activities we have for Key Stage 1 pupils

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Key Stage 2 Activities

Activities include learning about animals, plants and rocks and soils

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Key Stage 3 Activities

Learn about ponds, river studies and more with our Key Stage 3 activities

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Key Stage 4 Activities

Environmental studies, shelter building and more form part of our key stage 4 activities

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Post 16

A'level geography and biology fieldwork and adventurous learning

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You do everything so well; engaging the children and giving them the courage to have a go and just enjoy!

Thank you very much for all of your hard work. It was an excellent experience and the girls got a lot out of it.