Looking for a great way to get your students active, inspired by and connected to nature?
Thanks to our wonderful partnership with Earthwatch, we can help you make that happen!
Book now on an Earthwatch Teach Earth team – get to play in the woods for a weekend; enjoy sharing stories and ideas, in the ancient Oxfordshire Woodlands of Lytham; contribute to hand-on science which you can replicate in your school ground; learn practical skills and have the chance to camp beneath the stars in the ancient Wytham Woods or an environmental field study centre on a small farm situated near Aberaeron, in west Wales on the Cardigan coast.
Contact the Education Team now on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your space! https://earthwatch.org.uk/get-involved/education-and-schools/teach-earth
So what is Teach Earth?
– An immersive teacher-training outdoor weekend that provides you with the space to learn about and take part in citizen science research projects which you can carry out in your school grounds, setting them within the context of the Sustainable Development Goals;
– Training includes free take-away materials, resources and lesson plans on citizen science projects and the SDGs and how they link into and support the national curriculum;
– When and where?
– Camping in Bell Tents in Wytham Woods, Oxfordshire: 25th-27th May; 1st-3rd June & 27th–29th July;
– Staying in Naturesbase in Ceredigion, Wales: 13th-15th July;
– Earthwatch is delighted to be able to support Roots & Shoots teachers to join this programme and support the amazing work you already do in schools. There is a small charge of £50 which covers all food, accommodation, training and materials.
Don’t wait up. Book your space now and get closer to Nature! the Roots & Shoots Team