Welcome to the education section of our website. We hope you enjoy exploring the world of endangered wildlife by clicking on the images below!

The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation firmly believes that the future health of our planet and of all living things rests with today’s children. If we can help develop, inspire and encourage an interest in the natural world then we will have achieved our aim.

We believe that it is vitally important to raise environmental awareness in children from an early age and it is our aim to bring conservation issues into schools and to individuals.  We offer practical advice on how schoolchildren, their teachers and families can help in our fight to save wildlife, the habitat and the local communities who depend on it.

Global Canvas Children’s Art Competition – Enter our annual art competition and your colourful creation could end up on display at London’s Natural History Museum!

We can provide free school visits, assemblies and conservation workshops. Activities are tailored to every key stage and are designed to educate and enthuse! We also offer full Conservation Education Days with live project links (subject to availability) for which there is a fee.

If your school is interested in a visit from DSWF please contact our Education Manager, Jo Elphick by email at: jo.elphick@davidshepherd.org or find out more by clicking here.

You can also find out more and download our FREE FUNdraising pack that’s full of great ideas by clicking here.

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