Working in partnership with The Royal Parks to deliver education in Bushy Park, Greenwich Park and The Regent’s Park.
Field Studies Council London offers a range of courses across the Capital City, using inspiring and exciting natural and built sites across London. Through working at a wide range of sites, we offer courses that suit your needs. All our teaching sites are fully accessible and are located near tube or train stations. Field Studies Council work in partnership with The Royal Parks to deliver education in Greenwich Park. The Wildlife Centre has access to a woodland area, and the Deer Hide not normally accessible to the public.
Find out about the new Greenwich Park Revealed project and how to get involved.
“An enriching learning experience that provides students with the skills they need to be successful in both the practical and theoretical aspects of the course.”A Level Biology Teacher, Tiffin School.
Our partner The Royal Parks has received generous funding from the Royal Parks Foundation USA, enabling them to offer a limited number of bursaries for eligible London schools who would otherwise be unable to visit. Find out more about applying to the scheme
Travel to London: Greenwich Park
We work in The Wildlife Centre. This is sited in the Flower Garden, near the Wilderness Deer Park. From Blackheath Gate, enter the Flower Garden and continue along the path in front of you. The Wildlife Centre is a short walk and on your right. A map of the Park can be found on The Royal Parks website, and The Wildlife Centre is marked on the downloadable map.
As part of our environmental commitment we encourage all visitors to travel by coach, train or public transport.
By train – the nearest stations are Cutty Sark (DLR), Greenwich (National Rail / DLR) or Blackheath (National Rail). Bus: 53 from Deptford Bridge or Plumstead. The closest bus stop is Greenwich Park.
By road – restricted pay and display parking in the Park (See The Royal Parks website for details and prices) Coach: drop off only on Charlton Way (SE10 8QY), no on site access or parking. Find out more on The Royal Parks website. Before travel, please check the TFL website to plan your journey or for status updates.
Courses and Experiences at London: Greenwich Park
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