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  • Rooted – A wellbeing walk into nature near Addenbrooke’s Hospital
    Rooted – A wellbeing walk into nature near Addenbrooke’s Hospital

    This inviting guide shares the walk to Nine Wells Nature Reserve from the Hospital site. Co-created with staff and volunteers and richly illustrated with their creative work and mycelium we discovered together, it offers a series of simple prompts. 

  • Artscaping, A guide to establishing arts-in-nature opportunities in your school
    Artscaping: a guide to establishing arts-in-nature opportunities in your school

    This detailed guide introduces the practice of Artscaping - what it is, why it is important and how schools might begin to introduce it. Research findings from working with Community Artscapers is also available.

  • What’s happening under our feet? Cover
    What’s happening under our feet?

    A beautifully illustrated case study and associated teaching powerpoints from a collaborative project with the Crop Science Centre. We creatively explored the intersection of art and science through introducing children to mycelial networks. 

  • A Fantastical Map of Spinney Wild Woods  by Elena Arévalo Melville
    Fantastical Maps

    Explore the complete set of Fantastical maps co-created with children and their communities. 

  • A Call for Spaces of Liberated Learning
    A Call for Spaces of Liberated Learning

    This playful paper sculpture was inspired by the 100 Languages of Children Exhibition and is designed to encourage debate, discussion and action.

  • ArtScapers: being and becoming creative
    ArtScapers: being and becoming creative

    Discover how one primary school transformed their curriculum in this beautifully illustrated case study written with the co-headteacher.

  • The Companionship Compass
    The Companionship Compass

    A training resource co-created with young artscapers. Designed to be cut-out and made, this playful device supports new community artscapers as they learn to lead art-in-nature nurture groups.

  • Being Together Differently
    A Call for Being Together Differently

    A playful paper sculpture written by artist writers Gabby Arenge and Emily Dowdeswell.  Inspired by work with families in Peterborough, this is designed to spark new conversations and actions about supporting creative conversations.

  • Enemies of Boredom
    Enemies of Boredom

    An evaluation of the Hundred Languages of Children Exhibition and programme of events. 

  • Igniting a Fuse
    Igniting a Fuse

    An illustrated account of developing the creative practices of a group of primary school educators. 

  • Shirley Pocket Adventures
    Shirley Pocket Adventures

    A playful collection of cards created with young children to help families adventure creatively together. 

  • Outside/Inside
    Outside/Inside: A gallery of provocations and speculations

    This ‘ gallery of provocations and speculations’, volume 3 in the collection of small booklets, focuses on the classroom as a space that connects experiences in the wild with enquiries and meaning-making in the classroom.

  • 37 Shadows: Listening to Children's Stories from the Woods
    37 Shadows: Listening to Children's Stories from the Woods

    Volume 1 of 3 beautiful booklets about adventures with young children in local spaces 

  • A Story of Smallness and Light
    A Story of Smallness and Light

    Volume 2 of our series of special booklets documents children’s fascinations with both the tiny details and the qualities of light in their local Nature Reserve

  • Ways into Hinchingbrooke Country Park
    Ways into Hinchingbrooke Country Park

    Described as  A Fantastical Guide for the Wildly Curious, this extraordinary account of discovery will show you the outdoors in new ways. With a foreword by Robert Macfarlane

  • Taking Note - poetry in moments
    Taking Note - poetry in moments

    A new collection of poems by Jo Shapcott, Kaddy Benyon, Eve Lacey and Rebecca Watts for the Addenbrooke’s Hospital community.

  • A Poem of a Dream of the Woods
    A Poem of a Dream of the Woods

    A unique collection by poet Jackie Kay and young children, inspired by shared wild adventuring in a small local wood

  • Artscaping - A Case Study
    Artscaping - A Case Study

    A short case study on the practice and impact of artscaping, published with Fullscope, April 2023.

  • Creative care invitations for primary
    Creative care invitations for children 4-11

    A collection of invitations to create for children aged 4+ designed by CCI artists Filipa Pereira-Stubbs and Caroline Wendling.

  • Creative care invitations for children 12+
    Creative care invitations for children 12+

    A collection of invitations to create for young people aged 11+  designed by CCI artists Hilary Cox Condron and Sally Todd.

  • Creative care invitations for young adults
    Creative care invitations for young adults

    A collection of invitations to create designed for young adults by CCI artist Susanne Jasilek.

  • Outside the box
    Outside the box

    Young artists from The Kite Trust, the charity that supports well-being for LBGT+ young people across Cambridgeshire, worked with CCI artists to develop these invitations to create for families.

  • Piece of mind
    Piece of mind

    Young artists from Cambs Youth Panel worked with CCI artists to develop these invitations to create for other young people across the county.

  • Wild exchange games
    Wild exchange games

    For anyone to play anywhere, this collection of paper based games offer a brilliant resource for others interested in play, finding ways to adventure together creatively, and fantastical mapping, whether as a family, a school or a community.

  • Footprints 2012
    Footprints 2012

    An evaluation of art-in-nature projects commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council.