Pam Green Educator

Pam Greer


Pam is an experienced outdoor educator with a strong background in environmental conservation and nature interpretation.

background & bio

Pam's Experience

Pam completed her BSc majoring in psychology at Trent University and obtained her teaching degree at James Cook University in Australia. Her previous teaching experience includes educating in outreach & indigenous communities across Canada.

Her lifelong love of learning through doing and exploring stems from countless hours of childhood play in the forest of her backyard, Pam's journey has paved the way to where she is today, in her element, teaching outdoors, on foot, on skis, on snowshoes, in the sun, rain, sleet and snow!

personal philosophy

Pam's Passions and Goals

Pam truly believes nature has a purpose for everyone, especially her students - learning, developing, and building a sense of place in this world and how protect and preserve it for future generations.

Pam has a passion for nature and sustainable living. Her respect and appreciation for our environment is inspired by the ethos and learning theories of WILDE School and how this model of education positively impacts her students, influencing and preparing the young minds of today to be stewards of their planet tomorrow.

fun facts!

About Pam

When not at Wilde School you might find Pam anywhere outdoors - at the barn riding and caring for her horses, on the water paddle boarding and kayaking or on the mountain skiing and snowboarding.

the wildE school team

Meet Our Team & Faculty

Blue Mountains Wilde School's exceptional and diverse team is committed to transforming education through a mix of traditional and innovative strategies. We believe in every child's potential and guide them to become lifelong learners and future leaders.

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