Springhill’s new landscape conservation programme
Educational groups will be able to explore conservation ideas and try a wild flower hunt, craft activities and even listen to worm stories.
On Thursday 9 June 2016 children from Moneymore Nursery School became our conservation pioneers for the day. They visited Springhill to see conservation in action and trialled a range of activities such as, how trees distribute seeds as well as learning about the importance of worms for our landscape.
Wild flower hunt
Later in the day the kids explored the beautiful grounds at Springhill where they hunted for wild flowers in the fields. They went on to learn about tree species and plants, used worksheets to identify wild flowers and created pictures of fairies and pixies. The day was enjoyed by children and teachers alike and proved a huge success all round!
Our landscape conservation programme will offer interactive learning in conjunction with the national curriculum. It can be tailored to all key stages including secondary school children. Our experienced guides will give fascinating insights into landscape conservation while our education team will suggest practical ways of preserving our landscape. Children will also benefit from learning in a non-class room environment.
For more information or to make a booking please contact Springhill on 028 8674 8210 or email us.