From 12 April 2021 schools can make educational trips. Make your school workshop booking now for the summer term.
Key Stage 3 and 4 curriculum-linked workshops
We are currently working with secondary school subject specialists on the development of practical fieldwork workshops linking to the Key Stage 3 and 4 curriculum for biology and geography. If you are interested in being involved please email email@example.com
Further Education and Higher Education
Our reserves and work teams can provide in-depth learning opportunities for those working towards specialist qualifications in natural sciences, environmental policy and land management. Whether you are looking to deliver your own fieldwork on a SSSI site or developing the surveying skills of your students please contact us to see how we can support you.
A list of available undergraduate and postgraduate research projects is shared with our university partners annually. Whilst the projects are normally unfunded, local travel costs may be supported. If you are interested in receiving this list or being added as a university partner please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. There are also opportunities for universities to support long-term site monitoring as part of their teaching programme. Further information can be obtained by contacting us on the above email address.
We are currently recruiting for young people to support our social media engagement; this might include photography volunteering opportunities or social media takeovers by ecology students. Please contact us if you would like to know more about how we can support your skills development and how you can support our engagement with audiences.
Our Bright Future
Our Bright Future is working with secondary schools across Cheltenham, Gloucester and Tewkesbury and supports pupils to develop their work-related skills while making improve to their local green spaces. To find more visit the Our Bright Future webpage.