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LIVE: Teaching Through Nature 2016

Discussion in 'Primary' started by aabohan, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. aabohan

    aabohan New commenter

    LIVE is the Alderney Wildlife Trust's environmental education project. We use blogs, conferences and our 24/7 webcams focused on seabird colonies to cover key areas of the Key Stage 1 and 2 curriculum. In particular we cover aspects of the biology, literacy, numeracy and geography curriculum.
    Our project begins on the 25th April and runs for 11 weeks. Topics covered include life cycles, habitats, adaptations and island life, and LIVE comes with over 300 resources and activities for students.
    Our project is unique in offering children a view of the complete life cycle of our puffins and gannets - from nesting to fledging. We believe that reaching out to children early, when they are at primary school, will instill a love of the environment that will last a lifetime, creating long term change in attitudes and behaviour that will ripple outwards to their families, friends and beyond.
    LIVE is free to all schools in the Channel Islands or Isle of Man, and only £99+VAT for an entire school in the UK.

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