BGEN 2015 Conference: 4–6 Nov 2015 at Westonbirt, The National Arboretum

Time for Trees: connecting people with the majesty of trees

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Be inspired by trees! Join us at Westonbirt National Arboretum for three packed days of engaging debate, fun hands-on workshops and professional networking (and perhaps a little autumn leaf peeping!)

Unsurprisingly, this year’s bgen conference is all about the majesty of trees and sets out (more…)

New Curriculum (England) Update Workshop: Wednesday 30th September 2015

Following on from our successful National Curriculum (England) workshop last year, this event will look at the relationship between the New Curriculum (England) and outdoor learning one year on.

With input from the Institute of Education, Head Teachers and Botanic Garden Educators, we will explore how practical and creative learning opportunities have been developed in response to the New Curriculum at both Primary and Secondary level and discuss what (more…)

Building capacity: teacher and student teacher training

Tuesday 15th September 2015 at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Harrogate

Running CPD programmes is both exciting and profitable, however it can also be challenging. This workshop will use case studies to showcase how a number of organisations have tackled setting up and delivering CPD, with examples from primary,  secondary and tertiary sector programmes.

You will get to try out a number of the activities used to engage teachers during these sessions and (more…)

Job vacancy: Training and Events Co-ordinator (Job Share) at RHS Garden Wisley

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Training and Events Co-ordinator (Job Share)
Education, Funding & Communities
RHS Garden Wisley

18.75  hours per week (Job Share)
Circa £11,500 per annum

The RHS Campaign for School Gardening engages with more than 18,500 schools through the national website  We provide inspiring online information and resources to help teachers, school staff and volunteers to develop the gardening skills of more than 4 million children (more…)