If we want to have authentic connections with nature and our role in preserving and conserving eco-systems, we need to be actively participating in natural habitats.  Our focus is on promoting ecophilia – or a love of nature and how we are all just a part of the environment.

Schooling should not promote ecophobia. Ecophobia is a fear of issues relating to the environment and nature, which stems from children being informed too early of catastrophes on a global scale.  This leads to children developing an aversion to Nature – as if it is dangerous, dirty and needing to be controlled – and/or apathy as the issues seem too big for an individual to make any positive impact.

We see outdoor education as promoting opportunities to challenge and grow.



What happens when we reconnect with nature