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Resources: Geography

Use the fantastic outdoor classroom of the Ennerdale Valley to help bring your pupils Geography & Science curriculums to life. Low GiIllerthwaite is a Field Studies Centre in the heart of
Ennerdale Valley. We offer a great space for residentials for school children of all ages.

Use the fantastic outdoor classroom of the Ennerdale Valley to help bring your pupils Geography & Science curriculums to life. Low GIllerthwaite is a Field Studies Centre in the heart of Ennerdale Valley.

Running a gardening club is a great way to kick start gardening in schools – it can be done even without a garden!

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Included is key information on plastic pollution in the oceans, fun activities to try out in the classroom or at home, easy-to-follow ideas for reducing your plastic footprint and curriculum links for lesson planning.

Oddizzi is an online, subscription-based geography resource for primary schools.

Where the construction industry is undertaking projects, expert ecologists can be booked to visit local primary schools and run ecology-based workshops.

Range of resources and videos for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

The Beacon Museum is keen to promote learning both through schools and outside the classroom. While offering the best in local heritage engagement, the team has also branched out to offer a STEAM (STEM + the Arts) learning experience, both through our Sellafield Story exhibition and through collaborating with local science and engineering professionals.

A new initiative led by the Cumbria Museum Consortium which offers a unique range of learning sessions from 14 different museum and gallery venues across Cumbria.

You can browse the National History Museum’s range of learning resources, virtual workshops and online activities that can support your teaching.

WWF-UK are offering free online live lessons (classes at home, school or mixture) on a variety of topics covering primary science and geography curriculum points

Sustainable Learning connects teachers with free learning resources and expert knowledge to inspire children about sustainability through National Curriculum learning.

Fun, local story walks for children and the young at heart

John is a local chef who can offer cooking, food demonstrations and workshops for your pupils.

Lakes College want to involve their level 2 and 3 students in industry projects involving designing activities/workshops for topic support in their local primary schools.

Several workshops available to help children understand the importance of rivers and their biodiversity.

This fun and interactive session involves: Geography quiz, scaffolding design, percentages worksheet, purchasing materials, budgeting, health and safety, and construction.