Online workshops


Since COVID-19 we are now able to run online workshops.  If you would like to explore how we can run an online workshop for your local school, library or club just gives us a call on 087 119 408 or email aidan@envirokidsworkshops.com to explore further!

Please find some extra information below…





Thank for all your great questions… I hope you enjoyed the online workshop.  Please see answers to your questions below and extra information on this site.  If you have any more question please send them to aidan@envirokidsworkshops.com

Please find some extra information below…


Hi Aidan,

The workshop was great! It was lovely to see all the kids asking questions and chatting about random things between themselves as it shows, as well as being educational, it really is a bit of a social outlet with children other than their siblings that they might be missing at the moment, which is lovely.
Thanks a million for today.
Hi Aidan
Thank you so much for the week long online workshop.  
Conor really enjoyed it and has learned loads. He loved learning all about the Amazon. 
He did some art, he said he got the idea from your workshop and he asked me to share his work with you. 
It’s been a really informative session and well worth while for Conor. 
Thanks again 

Hi Aidan,

The workshop was fantastic! It’s great to see all the creatures on our planet..Feedback about the your workshops has been great Aidan. The kids and their parents really enjoyed them. Thank you so much for all your work on the workshops Aidan. They were a huge hit, and the projects for the kid’s just tops it all off.
Kind regards
Q.1 Name the country where the Great Barrier reef is ?


(1) Australia 

Q.2 Name a way to help our native birds in winter ?


(2) Provide a bird feeder and a water bowl so the birds can drink and wash..

Q.3 Name 2 kind of bird's that may visit your garden ?


(3) Robin, Chaffinch or a Blackbird.

Q.4 Name 3 species of shark in the Great Barrier reef ?


(4) Tiger, leopard, hammerhead,wobblegong.

Q.5 What was the name of the butterfly like fish that can be see in the Great Barrier Reef ?


(5) Manta Ray.

million sq klm!


every 5 yrs




We Know How to Make Learning Fun For Kids

Educating children on environmental awareness 

  • Everyday recycling and caring for our local environment.
  • What you can and can’t Recycle
  • Caring for our local wildlife and plant life
  • Our Carbon footprint
  • Pollution in our community
  • Ensuring our planet is healthier for future generations
  • The main objective of the Summer Camp is the kids have fun.
  • Hold a Barn Owl or Harris Hawk, See native Irish animals. Games,Fun Quiz and Educational talks.
  • Local insects and learn how to protect bees
EnviroKids Workshops Summer Camps covers environmental issues in a fun but educational way. 

 Details :

  • The workshops last 35 minutes.
  • The workshops are interactive and fun
  • Children can post questions
  • Fun quiz and projects
  • Working together to ensure a cleaner future for generations to come in our own homes and local communities.

Workshop Format:


  • The workshops is a fun interactive for children from 6 to 12 years , consisting of slide show, video and challenges.


  • The main objective of the workshops is the kids have fun while learning how to care for our environment.  


  • The workshops start at set times, children are required to be set up 5 minutes before hand, there are areas in the workshop if children require a little break.


  • The children are engaged throughout the Workshop and will leave with new knowledge they can share with their families – helping them live a greener life.

Envirokids Workshop

I enrolled my boys in a recent Envirokids workshop in Clane GAA and they both loved it. The whole day was interactive and got everyone involved from the start.

The true reflection is that when I picked them up at the end of the day. One of them asked if there was another one on again soon, and my other son said that he wished it had been on for 2 days.

Aidan is great at getting everyone involved and I’d recommend this workshop to anyone.

Declan Walsh

Know what can be Recycled

Recycling symbols. The most common recycling symbol on packaging on nearly every item we use daily – three arrows in a circle. This means that a product is either recyclable or has some recycled content. When buying items have a quick look to see if its recyclable and dispose of in the correct way.  


Keeping our town tidy

Tidy Towns Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment in order to honor the tidiest and most attractive cities, towns and villages in Ireland. The competition is organised on a national basis, and entrants must complete modules including   Environment, Landscaping, Wildlife & Natural Amenities, Litter Control, Tidiness, Waste Minimization, Residential Areas, Roads and Streets & Back Areas.

  • Refuse – Avoid single use plastics and paper products by saying no thank you, opting for reusable.
  • Reduce – Downsize what you purchase, opting to be more mindful of what you really need.
  • Reuse – Always find a way to keep an item out of the landfill by keeping it in great condition, repairing or up cycling it when it breaks.
  • Rot – Set up a compost system for your food scraps, or find a food scrap drop off center (like a farmers market, or community garden) near your house.
  • Recycle – Properly recycle any plastic, paper, glass or metal that comes into your life you cannot refuse, reduce, or reuse by researching your state’s recycling laws.

1,000 years

Plastic waste is one of many types of wastes that take too long to decompose. Normally, plastic items can take up to 1000 years to decompose in landfills. But plastic bags we use in our everyday life take 10-1000 years to decompose, while plastic bottles can take 450 years or more.

Think of all the single-use items we use everyday…  you’ll be surprised by how long they can take to decompose!

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Subject Experts

Together we will share many fascinating facts for our own experience and knowledge 



Tidy Towns

John has been involved with Tidy Towns for 14 years, working closely with local groups and schools to improve their local community,In his working with different towns he has helped in making their town a better place to live.




Ciaran has a wealth of experience in working with local wildlife, Ciaran is a keen Falconer and works closely with local and national groups in the biodiversity fields, in rescuing birds of prey..

Aidan Stanley

Aidan Stanley

Eco Sustainability

I have had a keen interest in our Environment for over 35 years, the aim of Envirokids is to teach children in a small way to maintain our planet for future generations,Our workshops are fun, interactive and educational. 






Question 1 – What is the problem to be solved?
“People not caring for our environment, we need to help educate people from grass roots level on how to care for our environment in a better and fun way –  Hands on teaching. “
Question 2 – Who has the problem?
Our planet has the problem and our future generations, if we don’t act soon the problem will get bigger.
Question 3 – How are we currently solving the problem?
More and more people are trying to solve the problem but at a very slow place.  Putting forward simple and easy solutions are key to keep our environment a stable place for our future generations.
Question 4 – Whats the solution? 
The solution is step by step interactive training, trying to get the word out to a bigger audience.
Encouraging people of all ages to reduce their carbon footprint, recycle in a better way and caring for our planet in a better way.  You are never too young or too old to start!
Question 5 – Why are envirokids Workshops better?
Fun teaching environment, one to one training and interactive lessons for all ages.  Making a lasting connection to the world around us and… 
Encouragement for the future.

– Aidan Stanley


Great you want to join a Camp!

  • Celbridge GAA 22 JUL 2019
  • Clane GAA 26 JUL 2019
  • Ballinteer GAA 6 AUG 2019

Simply select how many children and which venue they’d like to attend.. and buy using our secure PayPal payment system.

Summer Workships Celbridge
Summer workshop Clane

Q.1 Why are Bees so important?

(1) They pollinate plants and frute and are soley responsibale for 35% of our food sources.