The purpose of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation education programme is to support children and young people to become effective advocates for wildlife conservation and biodiversity’.
Many organisations are realising that children and young people are an untapped resource to advocate for change in habitat loss and biodiversity. Our free sessions are designed to help your students develop the skills and knowledge to become effective advocates for wildlife.
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The links below show some of the ways DSWF is engaging with UK school children and vulnerable communities in Africa and Asia, and how your school or child can get involved with conservation and learn more about what we do.
Education is one of the DSWF’s key strategic pillars in our mission to fight, protect and engage on behalf of endangered species across the world. We have been delivering free assemblies, talks and workshops to schools, youth groups and children’s clubs for over 20 years. Find out how to invite DSWF to your school here.
Find out more about the strategy behind our education programme and the guiding principles and themes we use to achieve our goals.
Access a selection of information, resources, activities designed to support both Educators and Students to better understand biodiversity and conservation.