Online Learning Opportunities with Kew's Community Access Scheme

We are excited to update you on our free, online Visitor Learning activities during January. Our activities are accessible for all ability levels and provide a unique opportunity to learn about Kew’s rare and endangered plants and scientific work through creative, hands on learning. 

  • Tai Chi every Monday 4-5pm (LIVE broadcast). Sessions 11 Jan - 1 Feb inclusive:
    Join us for weekly calming and health-promoting Tai Chi sessions which combine deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements.

Contact: to sign up

  • Knitting Nature:  Wednesday 13th January, 11am – 12noon (LIVE broadcast):
    Learn about Kew's science and rare plants through a fun and friendly knit and natter group. Repurpose and recycle knitting materials in your own home.

To join this live broadcast, please click on this link.

  • Plant Poets’ Corner: Tuesday 26th January, 11am – 12:15pm: 
    Learn about Kew's rare and endangered plants through creative poetry activities and discover new ways to express yourself.

Please contact for more information or to sign up 

  • Shared Stories: Tuesday 26th January, 1 – 1:45pm (LIVE broadcast): 
    Join us to discover your hidden writing talents and uncover the unique stories in our collections.

To join this live broadcast, please click on this link. 

  • Downloadable resources for families:
    Explore nature in your local area with our new seasonal activity and spotter sheets for families. Winter resources launching in January. 
    Download Family Nature Activities
  • Music and Movement online: 
    Sing along with our fun-filled series of nature-inspired songs and nursery rhymes, performed in Kew Gardens. 
    Watch nature-inspired songs.
12:00, 07 Jan 2021 by Peter Brown