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Repriming People and Rewilding Nature

Earth Education


Forest School


Welcome to wildCraft

Nature-based activity

We provide practical, inclusive and transformative ways to connect People and Nature.

Always based in nature, they:

All through our carefully created wild and crafty Events, or our Services for Health, Education, Youth, Community and Corporate based groups. 

Based in West Gateshead, we work throughout the North.

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Campfire at a wildcraft session
Forest School wildcraft
Butterfly wildcraft
team building wildcraft session

Head, Heart and Hands

4 Key Foundations of Wildcraftyness

Earth Education

Earth Education uses innovative, playful and ingenious teaching methods to share the knowledge of how Nature works. This is complimented by sensory, creative and adventurous ‘Nature Immersion’ activities, deepening our connection with the living world. And together they motivate us to take positive action for a sustainable future.


Bushcraft is both a challenge and the pursuit of the skills, knowledge, and attitudes that will prepare you for life in the wild. It develops awareness, respect and resilience by learning the skills of fire, shelter, foraging, tools mastery, cordage, navigation, wildlife identification and much more. 

Forest School

Forest School focuses on the holistic development of the whole person by enhancing self-esteem, self-awareness and self-regulation. Learner-led, it encourages creativity, inquiry, and physical exploration. Learning interests come from the person, not an external agenda. It works for children and adults alike.


Rewilding allows nature to take its own course, as we care for everything from the tiniest space to vast large-scale landscapes. By enhancing biodiversity, and repairing broken ecosystems, our home planet Earth becomes healthier in the process. And in turn our own lives and future generations benefit even more from the many, many ‘services’ a Rewilded nature provides, including adapting to Climate Change.

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‘I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out until sundown,

for going out, I found, was really going in.’

John Muir