Beyond the Classroom
Young people are the future of heritage and countryside preservation and this project aims to get more of these individuals involved in all aspects of the South West Peak Landscape Partnership. We will be working with the Peak District National Park Junior Ranger programme in order to foster on-going volunteer opportunities long after the Partnership has ended. Additionally, we will be coordinating subsidized school visits and working with teachers to create lesson plans and interpretation that fits into their curriculum in a sensible way.
Emphasis in this project will be given to field-based skills related to geography and science so that young people can learn how all aspects of the South West Peak landscape work together. We will also be focusing on schools that currently do not interact with the Peak District National Park or with the South West Peak so that we can be inclusive of all audiences. Everyone deserves to get out of the classroom once in a while!
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Protecting the natural environment means taking special care not to damage, destroy or remove features such as rocks, plants and trees. They provide homes and food for wildlife!