Teacher Resources

Children learning about bugs as part of school visit

Credit Paul Harris/2020VISION

Teacher Resources

Let us help you to offer your class a wildly different way of learning.

We want your class to have the best experience of the natural environment as possible so we are working on producing a pack of education resources to support their learning,

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Education Pack

Black Grouse

Discover one of the rarest birds in the UK which is living here in the North East: the Black Grouse! Watch footage of how this amazing birds communicates, learn about the upland habitat, and create some wild and wonderful stories.

This free educational resource provides both topic plans and learning materials in five modules.

Key Stage: 1 - 2

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Curlew

Curlew (c) Gwynneth Heeley

Education Pack

Curlew

The Curlew is a red list endangered bird. This free educational resource provides both topic plans and learning materials in five modules, starting with Let the investigations begin along with HabitatAdaptationLife Cycle and Food Chains

Key Stage: 1 - 2

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Source to sea school group surveying water

Source to Sea

These SOURCE TO SEA Education resources provide an understanding and knowledge of how the River Wear is connected to the North Sea, and how our everyday use of plastic items can have an effect on both these habitats. 

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Children learning about wildlife in nature

Children from Rowley View Nursery School participating in the Moorcroft Environmental Centre Forest School, Moorcroft Wood, Moxley, Walsall, West Midlands, July 2011 - Paul Harris/2020VISION

Nature's Climate Heroes

Learning resources aimed at 7-11 year olds, designed to support children to: Understand the connections between nature, climate change and people; investigate how nature helps our fight against climate change; and, discover what small and local actions can be taken to give nature a boost in this bigger fight.

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If you would like to discuss any of our resources or if you are interested in Durham Wildlife Trust delivering teacher training at your school or on our nature reserves please get in touch.

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