If you teach from home you might be interested in the sessions we are running at our Field Studies Centre!
Our most popular session- a stimulating day of practical geography skills. Visit the river to explore river features and processes, calculate the velocity of the water, plot a cross section and find out what lives in this watery habitat. This session will required waterproofs and wellies.
Why did explorers travel to Antarctica, what did they take with them, what did they eat, what animals did they meet and what was it like to be there? This hands on workshop allows your learners to discover the daily life of a south pole explorer of Scott & Oates’ ill fated Terra Nova Expedition through object handling, observation, dressing up, smells and role play.
Undertake a day of river data collection using sites on our Oakhanger stream and Wellhead stream for comparison. Our staff will guide you through the methods of data collection to explore river velocity, depth and deposited materials on the slip of slope.