Discover & learn

Gwent Wildlife Trust has a wealth of education and community learning opportunities available for schools, children, teachers, families and the public.


GWT offers schools the chance to take their pupils into the outdoor environment. At our education centres, classes can be booked in to learn more about wildlife and the environment or to learn from the national curriculum using the great outdoors. To find out more, please visit our Magor Marsh page or go to the People & Wildlife Project page.

INSET (In Service Training for teachers)

To further your use of the outdoors and wildlife in teaching the national curriculum, GWT offers a series of training days to encourage teachers to take their own classes outdoors. For teachers interested in discovering more about how they can use wildlife to engage their pupils, click here for the Derek Upton Centre at Magor Marsh and click here for the Environmental Resource Centre at Ebbw Vale.


Our work with education doesn’t stop with schools. We offer a range of opportunities for adults and youngsters alike to get involved. We run an exciting Wildlife Warriors course for teenagers.
Our education program (detailed in each year’s Event Guide) covers everything from fun days for all the family to in depth professional courses for the experts. To find out what’s going on right now, visit to our Events page.

Magor Marsh Education

Our education services at Magor Marsh include school trips, training for teachers, and home education training. The teachers there specialise in using wildlife and the outdoor to teach and explore the national curriculum for all ages and abilities, including children with Special Educational Needs.

People & Wildlife Project

Based at the Environmental Resource Centre in Ebbw Vale, the staff at the People & Wildlife Project offer education for schools, teachers, families and the public. To find out more, click here.



GWT is committed to helping everyone from all walks of life come to know and love wildlife and the outdoors. We run a huge program of events throughout the country covering everything from dry stone walling to nature walks, photography to bird ringing. Have a look at our Events page to find out what is coming up soon.


Our work here is almost entirely supported by our generous members who pay their subscriptions every year. If you would like to enrol your school or community group as a member, for as little as £75 per year, then please click here.