Launched at teacher training days in June 2014 and developed by the former Devon County schools Geography advisor these inspiring learning enquiries develop further understanding of the concepts introduced in the primary pack, and are aimed for use by Key Stage 3-4 pupils. All the resources (maps, forms, photos, film clips, data etc) required to deliver the programme in the clasroom are included on a supporting DVD. The pack contains the following enquiries :-
1. How can flood risk and habitat change be managed most effectively in the Exe Estuary ?
2.What coastal processes are occurring at Dawlish Warren and how can they be most effectively managed in the future ?
3.Why does the Parish Council at Starcross want people in the village to develop more of a Dutch mentality?
4. Brownsea Island – when is doing nothing actually doing something ?
5. How do people benefit from Studland Bay ?
6. How is Studland Bay likely to change in the future ?
Important Information for schools wishing to visit Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve.
Please be aware that Dawlish Warren NNR is a highly protected and sensitive site for wildlife. Teignbridge District Council welcome schools that wish to visit, but would ask that you let them know when you intend to visit (01626 863980) to ensure that there are no conflicts with other groups or their management work on site.
Groups undertaking vegetation transects need to avoid areas of scrub (where birds may be nesting) and must not take any soil samples.
The site rangers offer an education service to primary, secondary and university groups studying the site.Thank you.
CONTACT INFO: For a copy of the A level DVD please contact the Exe Estuary Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org