Bring City Nature Challenge To Your School

The Mission

Can your school help Bristol & Bath City Region win the first international City Nature Challenge?

The Festival of Nature is calling on schools across the West of England to survey the wildlife in their school grounds as part of an international citizen science competition between 65 city regions across the globe.

How schools can get involved

Taking part is easy, free and fun! Simply follow these three steps:

  1. Use the form below to register your school for free. Make sure you click the OK and DONE buttons at the end of the form, this is very important as it helps us receive your data so we can see who is taking part in the challenge
  2. On the second page you will be able to download free City Nature Challenge teaching resources for Key Stage 1, 2 & 3
  3. To be involved in City Nature Challenge you will need to use these resources on 27th or 30th of April. Follow the instructions in the resources to create your school account on the free iNaturalist app and join the ‘City Nature Challenge: Bristol & Bath project‘ to take part

How non-school organisations can get involved

Anyone and everyone can take part in City Nature Challenge. If you have any questions or would like to use these resources yourself, either at home or for your organisation, please get in touch with the team at

Please note data entered in the form below will only be retained for the duration of City Nature Challenge and will never be passed to third parties. We may contact you with other opportunities for City Nature Challenge.

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The Bristol & Bath City Region Covers the Local Authority Areas of Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, and North Somerset. Wildlife sightings recorded within this area during City Nature Challenge will count towards our score in the international contest.

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