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Activities for Key Stage 3 and 4
Science and Geography
Is climate change happening? What is the
evidence? How big are our carbon footprints? How do
we compare to other global citizens? What renewable
technologies are the Park using to tackle climate change?
Citizenship: What are our responsibilities when
visiting the countryside? Explore how the
Countryside Code allows the park to be enjoyed by a range of
visitors. Our staff can give an illustrated talk.
Tourism: What are the
positive and negative impacts of visitors to the park? How can the
Park sustainably manage it's visitor impact? Our staff can give an
Environment and feeding
relationships: Collect and compare the
invertebrates in the pond, broadleaved and coniferous woodland
environments. Check out how they are suited to their habitat, how
the organisms interact, and construct food webs.
Leisure and Tourism talk:
What are the conflicts and pressures at Itchen Valley Country Park,
and how do we manage these? (Key Stage 3, 4 and A Level)
The Countryside Code: An
illustrated talk exploring our responsibilities when visiting the
countryside. Ideal for a citizenship topic. (Key Stage 3)
We run a Forest School here at the Park and schools are able to
book 6 consecutive two hour sessions for 12 children. At present we
only take students in Key Stage 3. More details can be found on our
Forest School pages.
6 sessions £360.00
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