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This is the first wave of activity and resources that we are offering to primary schools, as our plans develop we will update our content further.

To ask a questions or request further resources please get in touch with us below:

Contact the Widening Access team University jargon buster

 

Activities

The Schools’ Biodiversity Project helps schools to learn about the surrounding wildlife, from beetles to birds, as well as create places for them to live.

This includes introducing light boxes to monitor moths, pond dipping and setting camera traps. When needed, students are paired with trained undergraduates to help run curriculum-based projects.

School's Biodiversity Project

Online resources

We've gathered together some great ideas for ways to boost your learning and get away from the screen at the same time. 

Follow the link below: 

Learning away from the screen
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