Home Education at Magor Marsh

Jane and the ButterfliesLearning about Butterflies

Home Educating? Enjoy the outdoors? Looking for something different to do with your children? Then our Home Education Days could be the answer! There will be a warm welcome waiting for you and your family on our fun, easy going, Home Education Days.

Each year we run a series of days specifically for Home Educating Families, each one focussing on a different theme. These days have become a very popular part of the home educating calendar, so with limited places available early booking is essential.
Have a look at this video by Graham Horder to see the sort of things we get up to.





Remember to check the Gwent Wildlife Trust Event diary for our Family Fun days too!

Please note that whilst some of the days are held at our Magor Marsh Reserve, other days will be at a woodland setting elsewhere. Please check dates for details.  To book a place or find out more contact Kathy on magormarsh@gwentwildlife.org or 01633 889048.

COST:  The days cost £6 per child or £12 per family. Adults go free!

PLEASE REMEMBER on all these events, warm, waterproof clothing and wellies are highly recommended. Remember to bring a picnic lunch too if it's all day!

A warm welcome awaits you on the following dates:


Tuesday 17th December 2019 10-12am

Venue: Magor Marsh

Cost: £3.00 per child

Come and join us for some festive crafts and a mince pie or two. It's a great chance to catch up with friends and have a mootch about the reserve on a cold crisp day. 


Tuesday 10th March 2020 10- 2.30pm

Venue:   Magor Marsh

We'll be finding out about how wildlife plays its very own game of hide 'n'seek here at Magor Marsh.  There is a self-guided trail, we'll be playing camouflage games and making crafts from natural resources.  After that mornings work we'll need a campfire and a bug hunt in the forest school area.

Please note:  We reserve the right to cancel or change activities at the last minute, if we consider conditions unsafe to continue as planned.


Tuesday 5th May 2020

Venue: Magor Marsh and Rogiet Countryside Park

A fun day finding out about how flowers are traditionally used for medicines and food throughout time and using them to make pretty things. There will be a trail at Magor Marsh and an afternoon stroll at Rogiet Countryside Park to compare the habitats and find out more about the flowers there and how this intriguing site has come to be so special.   



Tuesday 21st July

Venue Magor Marsh

Join us to while away a lovely summer day at Magor Marsh.  We'll be making an obstacle course in the meadow and turning our hand to wildlife surveying of the habitat and water vole kind. Bring your science heads but there will be games too.