From Worms to Flowers

Dive into the fascinating world of nature with ‘From Worms to Flowers,’ an educational pack crafted for schools and beyond.

This engaging resource, produced by the Cultural Programme in partnership with The Story Museum, Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery and Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum, forms a part of the ‘Everything is Connected’ season. This initiative unites academics, authors, and artists in a joint effort to envisage a future where all elements of nature are interlinked. The video, featuring insights from experts at the University of Oxford, encourages viewers to explore and appreciate the natural world around them. It demonstrates how every component, from minuscule worms to the most vibrant flowers, contributes significantly to our ecosystem. Designed to educate and inspire, this video is a compelling tool for schools, providing educators and students alike with a deeper understanding of environmental interconnectivity. It also extends its reach beyond the classroom, inviting everyone to partake in this enlightening journey and to contribute to a more sustainable and interconnected future. ‘From Worms to Flowers’ is not just an educational experience; it’s a call to view the world as a harmonious and interconnected system, where each part plays a crucial role in the grand tapestry of life.

A short film has been produced in conjunction with this pack and can be watched here: From Worms to Flowers