On these pages you will find information about our primary school education programme REACH along with material to use in the classroom. You will also learn more about river health, indicator species and what you can do to help your river.
If you are curious about our other education programmes, citizen science or events for all age groups, please take a look at our blog pages or navigate to our webpage.
REACH: Re-engaging Children with Rivers was initially supported by Ernest Cook Trust and Steel Charitable Trust and continues to be delivered by The Wye and Usk Foundation to primary schools in the catchment.
For more information on the Wye and Usk Foundation and the important work we do conserving indigenous animal and plant life and educating people on the importance of conserving and improving river habitats, please visit Our webpage.
If you want to support our work and specifically our education department, please get in touch with us. Together, we can care for rivers!
To get in touch with us, or to book a session (if your school is in the Wye and Usk Catchment), please use the form below, or contact us on our office number, 01874 711714