Throughout the challenges of this last year, our Education Officer has worked really hard to provide schools and young learners with opportunities to learn more about our river and its wildlife. With lockdowns and pupils off school, we’ve developed new ways for children to safely engage with the big topics of our project safely.
Our latest offering takes the form of an interactive lesson for Key Stage 2 Pupils that is delivered by Rosie herself, live via Zoom, into any classroom!
In a 45 minute session, the class will learn about the River Severn, its history, and the incredible journey of one of its annual visitors – the twaite shad fish! We’ll explain the problems they have faced and how our project is using big engineering solutions to help these little fish.
This lesson is available FREE and with the online delivery we can make it available to any school in the UK and beyond! So, we hope that the inspiring story of this little fish migrating on the UK’s longest river, can reach more school pupils than ever before!
Please review the information in the leaflet linked above – including details of the learning outcomes and curriculum links – and let Rosie know if you are interested to book a session!