Wildlife Champions Blog
'Wow,what an amazing day.I never knew there was so much life in one river .From fresh water shrimps to
water scorpians,But I would’nt of done it without my wonderful teachers. A walk down a river, a fox print,a otterprint ,a scorpian ,a eel all in one day. you for a lovely day. ' Otterton Primary School
Read the Wildlife Champions Blog to find out what projects Devon Wildlife Trust has done in schools
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Devon Wildlife Trust runs over 100 events each year, including walks and talks, open days and a festival. Find out more here.
Schools - educating the next generation
- We have created a suite of materials for you to use in your school to suit a range of ages and subjects
- We offer a range of training courses to give you the resources and confidence to develop a whole school approach to sustainability
- We can help you to develop your school grounds as a vital element of learning outside the classroom
- We can host visits at Cricklepit Mill, a working water mill and at Wembury Marine Centre (see below)
- Find out more about our family events
- Walks and talks can be a great way to see and learn about wildlife in your area
Education at Wembury
Marine Centre offers a wide range of educational activities and
sessions can be tailored to both primary and secondary school groups.
The focus of the Centre's educational activities is the wide diversity of plants and animals that live in the rockpools at Wembury beach. The most popular activity offered by the Centre are guided rockpooling sessions and these can be delivered to most age groups.
In addition, the staff at the Centre can offer an illustrated talk on the rocky shore life which can be a precursor to a rockpooling session or a stand alone activity.
Visit Wembury Marine Centre's website to find out more about our educational services and resources www.wemburymarinecentre.org or contact the Centre on 01752 862538 or email@example.com
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