Nature School | Learning Outdoors
Nature School is a forest & nature school-inspired outdoor play and learning program for children ages 5-10.
Registration for Nature School Session 4 (March/April) is now open. Registration for Session 5 will open on March 15, 2021 at 9am.
Evergreen is operating in-person Children’s Programs with health and safety protocols in place. For details related to each specific program, see the Program Handbook below or call us at 416-596-1495 ext. 252.
Please note, we have very limited capacity for this program due to credits and cancellations of past registrants that have been prioritized. Thanks for your understanding and please feel free to sign up for our waitlists should your desired program be full.
Nature School is dedicated to learning outdoors. Utilizing a forest & nature school-inspired approach, Nature School is a seasonal immersive outdoor play-based program designed for children ages 5 to 10.
This program is deeply rooted in inquiry based learning. Sessions feature rain or shine activities such as exploring the urban wild, shelter building, food and fire-based programming, tool use and process-driven arts with natural materials; wood, fibers and clay. Storytelling, games, and music round out a learning experience like no other designed to inspire young learners and encourage curiosity, confidence and community.
If your camper loves Evergreen Adventure Camp, they can experience what they love most year-round at Nature School!
- Ages 5–10
- Available Wednesdays and Fridays from September–June
- Programs are full days (8:45am-3:30pm)
- Participants will be grouped together based on age to create an age-appropriate experience
- Junior Group: Ages 5 & 6
- Intermediate Group: Ages 7 & 8
- Senior Group: Ages 9 & 10
- Sessions are six weeks in length
- Learn all about the program by downloading the Winter Children's Programs Handbook
Session 4 (6 weeks)
Session 5 (6 weeks)
*There is no Nature School on February 12 or April 2. Session 4 and 5 dates to be finalized pending public health regulations.
Registration for Session 4 (March/April) is now open. Registration for Session 5 will open on March 15, 2021 at 9am.
Please note, all applications will be reviewed prior to the start of the program to ensure we can provide sufficient care for your child, which may include follow-up calls. Participation in this program is contingent on a successful application.
- $450 per Six Week Session
No refunds will be issued if a reservation is cancelled within 21 days of the session start date. Otherwise, fees are refundable, less a $25 administration fee. Please note, registrations are non-transferable.
Refunds will not be issued for missed program days, including days missed due to inclement weather, including flooding.
Requests for cancellations or refunds must be made in writing and submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evergreen offers full and partial bursaries for our Nature School program. For more information on eligibility and to apply, contact us at email@example.com.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-596-1495 x214.
If you are a school or other group planning on visiting Evergreen Brick Works, please review our Information for Visiting Groups (PDF 58kb) before your visit.
Evergreen is a national not-for-profit dedicated to making cities flourish. Children’s camp revenues help support our children’s programs including the Visiting Schools Program as well as the free community programming on weekends at Evergreen Brick Works. We appreciate your support in continuing to offer these community programs to children in Toronto.
Evergreen is proud to be accredited by the Ontario Camps Association. The OCA works to preserve, promote and enhance the camp experience for children and adults. Evergreen has voluntarily submitted to an independent appraisal completed by camp experts and has met up to 300 health, safety and quality program standards, from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. OCA Accreditation is a parent's best evidence of a camp’s commitment to health and safety.