Working with our watershed Boards of Education, private educational institutions, schools and teachers, our school programming is designed to provide students from kindergarten through grade 12 with opportunities to learn about and experience the natural world, ultimately strengthening their connection to the
Lake Simcoe watershed.
Through lessons and activities that are experiential, engaging, and based on provincial curriculum, school programming seeks to raise students' awareness and appreciation, increase knowledge and skills, and develop an understanding of environmental, conservation and sustainability issues.
We offer school programming through:
The Nature Centre at Scanlon Creek
Located in Bradford West Gwillimbury, the Nature Centre at Scanlon Creek Conservation Area specializes in curriculum-based, outdoor education programs for students and teachers.
If you can't come to us, we'll come to you! Our Outreach Education team would love to come to your school (within our watershed jurisdiction) and deliver programming to your students. We can meet you in the classroom or at a nearby greenspace.
Looking for something more specific? We also deliver programming for:
Designed specifically from a local Lake Simcoe watershed perspective, this interactive presentation - complete with speaking notes, tips and teaching guide - was developed by our team of environmental experts to provide teachers with a curriculum linked presentation, in an easy-to-use format.
Our education team can help support your SHSM program across a variety of sectors.
Engaging outdoor experiences geared towards the curricular goals of homeschooling families.