Curriculum topics available: Plants, Animals including humans, Living things and habitats, Evolution and inheritance, Ecology and environment, Life Cycles, Minibeasts, Habitats, Underwater Animals and Habitats.There are a range of biology courses from KS2 to curriculum-based A level trips. KS2 pupils can look at a range of habitats, learning about microhabitats and how they provide the basic needs for living things. Pupils can learn to identify the different structures of plants and name a variety of common animals. Pupils can go on a mini beast hunt and observe insects in their microhabitats.
Curriculum topics available: Settlement and land use, Natural resources, Population, Urbanisation.There are a range sessions and courses covering human geography through fieldwork. Most sessions have short classroom sessions before and after. Teaching is delivered by fully trained and experienced tutors.
Curriculum topics available: Water cycles, Rivers, Map and atlas, Mountains, Environment, Fieldwork, Glaciers, Coasts and seaside.There are a range of sessions covering geography courses from KS2 to A level. KS2 pupils can use maps, stories and games to explore the woods. Discover the plants and animals that live here and design and build dens.
Curriculum topics available: Extreme Weather, Conservation.There are a range of sessions and courses covering environmental geography through fieldwork. Most sessions have short classroom sessions before and after. Teaching is delivered by fully trained and experienced tutors.
We can cater for groups of various sizes. Some courses have a minimum of 10 students, the maximum capacity at the centre is 90.
The centre has five classrooms, one of which can be used as a conference room. All have interactive whiteboards and WiFi access.
All our field teachers are trained in first aid and group management. A qualified first aider is available at the field centre 24 hours a day.
FSC offers fieldwork and outdoor learning for groups of all ages at centres across the UK. Trips use our stunning locations to teach curriculum focused work and inspire everyone about the environment.
For primary field trips you are able to pick and choose from a range of exciting adventure or curriculum sessions to build your own trip. Visits will immerse primary school children in the natural world, taking in its sights, sounds and smells.
For secondary and A level groups we offer geography, biology and environmental science courses. Courses can be tailored to your own requirements to ensure you get the most from your visit and trips utilise the local environment to fully engage students.
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