We offer a range of fun, hands-on, curriculum-based sessions through our education programme. We can offer these to many West Cumbria schools for free thanks to the generous support of our funders.
Sessions are aimed at KS2 learners but can be adapted to KS1.
Combine classroom-based learning with exciting field trips! All activities are led by Cathy Gruba, our Learning and Engagement Officer, who has many years’ experience delivering environmental education.
|Wild Rivers||Mussels in the Classroom|
|Theme||Learn about freshwater wildlife and human impacts on rivers. Focus on science and geography, with opportunities for literacy, art and team-work activities.||Learn about the fascinating critically endangered freshwater mussel which has its last stronghold in England in the rivers of Copeland.|
|Duration||1 or 2 days||1 day|
|Includes field trip||Yes||Yes|
|Curriculum relevance||National Curriculum in England: geography programme of study and science programme of study||National Curriculum in England: geography programme of study and science programme of study|
|Free to schools in||Copeland, Allerdale, or within 10 miles of United Utilities’ Keeping Cumbria Flowing Pipeline||Any schools in Copeland and Allerdale can request a session, but priority goes to schools near to the river Ehen.|
|Find out more||Wild River days||Mussels in the Classroom|
Contact our Education and Engagement Officer, Cathy Gruba.
Call: 07494 425759 or 017687 75429
We can offer sessions for free thanks to the generous support of our funders.