Camphill, Nuneaton, Warwickshire

Camphill has been put forward as the proposed location for Nuneaton's first Nature School. Conversations are currently underway with local authorities, local schools and the local community in Nuneaton about the proposed new school.

Between now and the end of February 2017, we are seeking support from members of the community across Nuneaton, in particular from parents whose children would be eligable to attend primary school in 2018 or 2019 who live in the Camphill area or nearby.

If you would like to register your support, please complete the form below. We will keep you up-to-date with developments and let you know the date for our one-day public consultation session where you will have the opportunity to speak face to face with members of the Nature Schools team who will be very happy to talk to you and answer any of your questions or concerns.

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Approximate location for the proposed new Nature School at Camphill, Nuneaton, Warwickshire

We explored the nature garden, using small yogurt pots to pond dip and we were allowed to play freely on the field, making giant birds nests with the cut grass. I learnt more through these experiences than I ever did sitting in a classroom reading a text book.

Jessie Longstaff, Education Officer, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust