Kids sliding down a muddy slope

Why Kids Love Nature?

Kids Love Nature provides a unique opportunity for practitioners and Early Years Professionals to become part of an innovative approach to early years education. We believe each individual has their own special talent and skills with which to contribute and make a difference.

We provide practitioners with comprehensive training for our approach whilst nurturing their individual skills by encouraging them to take ownership of their own projects and initiatives. We promote continuous professional development, and support the teachers to achieve their career goals within the company.

 Adult reading a book to two boys
 Adult helping a kid cut down a baby tree.


These are some of the most important things we look for in one of our grown-ups:

  • You must love working with children
  • You'll have plenty of enthusiasm.
  • You'll be a team player 
  • You'll be an amazing communicator
  • You'll be a people person
  • You'll naturally love the outdoors
  • You understand that the child is the main focal point
  • You'll understand and take pride in our approach


  • Min Level 3 Childcare Qualification
  • Outdoors experience (ideal but not essential).

Safer Recruitment notice:

Kids Love Nature are committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in our care. All applicants therefore must be willing to undergo effective child protection and safeguarding screening, this will include references from previous employers and an DBS check and then registered with the Update service . We shall also seek compliance with sections 15-25 of the immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006 (eligibility to work in the United Kingdom of Great Britain).

All staff must confirm they are not included on Children’s barred list or PoVA or barred by the Independent Safeguarding Authority; or disqualified from working with children, or live with someone who has been disqualified from working with children, or been refused registration or had it cancelled; subject to sanctions imposed by a regulatory body, e.g. the Teaching Agency or Health and Care professions council and Ofsted.

All our posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore all convictions, cautions, repremands and warnings including those regarded as ‘spent’, must be declared.