Below are a selection of activities that we can offer for school groups at Clophill Eco Lodges.
Each fits into the national curriculum and is aimed at KS 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Click on each title for more information.
|Bush Skills basics plus an introduction to woodland flora and fauna.||Learn about native plants and how to recognise their seeds. Seeds will be gathered for Kew Seed Bank.||Discover the native plants and trees that grow in our hedgerows and woods. Recognise them and learn about protecting them.||Learn to find and recognise different native insects, and which ones to avoid!|
|Use the beauty of Old St. Mary’s Church to help inspire a fictional story.||Build a shelter, forage for food, start a fire and learn the basics about edible & Awesome||Learn the basics of fungus – where, how and why as well as what not to eat!||Select from four different history based activites covering everything from 1066 to today.|
|Handle ancient artefacts collected from the sites visible from the tower. Understand how and why things have changed since Neolithic times.||Bring out the inner artist with a range of activities; bulb art, leaf collages, natural dream catchers and more.||Use map skills to follow the Eco Trail and learn about sustainability & environmental impact.||Learn, with our partners from Bedford Geology Group, about the rocks beneath your feet and how they formed our landscape millions of years ago.|