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Why Farming Matters – Activity Pack

Welcome to Why Farming Matters, a teaching resource containing a wealth of activity ideas for Key Stage 2 classes. Teachers can select individual activities or deliver them all as part of a topic on food and farming. Why Farming Matters is a collaborative project by Farming & Countryside Education (FACE) and the National Farmers’ Union … Continue reading Why Farming Matters – Activity Pack

Key Stage 2Art & DesignEnglishMathsScienceTechnologyFarming & Land ManagementFarmlandHistory Of Farming In The South Downs

WEx Person Specification

Please refer to this document when completing the WEx Application Form for work experience placements.

Key Stage 4Key Stage 5GeneralDOCWork Experience

WEx Application Form

Please use this form to apply for work experience placements for Students in Year 10, 11, 12 and 13. Should be used in conjunction with the WEx Person Specification.

Key Stage 4Key Stage 5GeneralDOCWork Experience

Chalk Grassland

Introducing chalk grasslands – the European equivalent of tropical rainforests. Covers what they are, where they are found, how they were formed and why its important to look after them. Also looks at what is being done locally in the South Downs to conserve and improve them for the future.

All agesKey Stage 3Key Stage 4Key Stage 5GeneralGeographySciencePDFSouth Downs HabitatsWildlife & HabitatsSouth Downs National ParkSouth Downs SpeciesChalk Downland

National Parks England – Wildlife Wonders

National Parks provide valuable spaces for nature on a large scale, with special protection for wildlife. Map and infographic of the wildlife highlights in England’s National Parks.

All agesGeneralPDFSouth Downs HabitatsWildlife & HabitatsAbout The National ParkSouth Downs National ParkSouth Downs Species

Five Ways to Wellbeing

Evidence suggests that a small improvement in wellbeing can help people to flourish. This grid illustrates how schools, mental health support groups, and outdoor centres have used the John Muir Award to help promote the Five Ways to Wellbeing themes.

All agesGeneralPDFJohn Muir AwardLearning

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