The John Muir Award is a fun and effective way to take learning outside, encourage discussions around sustainability and care for wild places – for children, young people and adults.
The Award works well within any curriculum area or as an inter-disciplinary project. Why not use it as a focus for residential visits, extra-curricular clubs or activity weeks? The following ideas, case studies and resources are full of inspiration to get you started.
Find examples below of how the Award is delivered in various education settings; as well as tailored information around STEM, attainment and residentials.
Find out how the John Muir Award can contribute to the Curriculum and education priorities in our publications:
STEM by nature
Inspire learners by making connections between STEM skills, wild places and outdoor learningFind out more
Using the John Muir Award to support equity in education and raise attainmentFind out more
Integrating environmental awareness and responsibility, and encouraging personal challenge and skills developmentFind out more
Looking for ideas?
See our resource guides on topics such as wildlife gardening, campaigning and sustainabilityFind these here