Students will follow the route of enquiry as they investigate elements of the carbon cycle and water cycle in an environment.
They will generate their own key questions and aims for their day, tailor methods to suit their learning, using sampling methods and identifying control measures for hazards.
They will collect data in the field for calculation of carbon in the woodland and water stores, flows and transfers in a woodland environment. The data collected will compare sites with differing characteristics and this data can be further analysed as post course learning. The student will leave with an understanding of the techniques which can be used to measure carbon and water, as well as being able to identify the limitations of their fieldwork.
Small Group or Individual Student Days are designed to bring together individual students, home schooled students, schools with small class sizes, or students that were unable to attend a residential or alternative trip. By bringing groups together we aim to keep the overall costs lower, and you do not incur our minimum daily fee.
These courses are for groups of 9 or less students from any one school. If a students is not accompanied by a responsible adult, their parent/carer must have a completed and returned an Unaccompanied Young People form to us, available in our Customer Information
The course price is exempt from VAT.
To book onto the course, please add in the students by clicking on ‘Child’, and add in the accompanying adult (teacher/parent/carer) by clicking on Adult.
This course runs from 9.30am – 4pm. During your visit you will be welcomed and given an appropriate health and safety briefing. Your session will start with an introduction to the day, aims and objectives. Throughout the day we will undertake fieldwork, collecting data appropriate to the topic. We will break for lunch, before continuing with our fieldwork.
Depending on the day and the specific times of your visit we may include some data presentation and analysis and we will end the day with a summary including drawing conclusions and limitations.
Please note that specific activities are subject to change. We go out in all weathers and seasons and will tailor the content of the day accordingly.
Opportunities to attend this course
Mon 20, November 2023 09:30 - 16:00