School visit information and educational resources for primary, secondary and beyond.
Whatever your level of knowledge this resource will help you understand more about these streams and why they are so special.
Chilterns Chalk Streams provide an excellent opportunity to engage students in their local geography and history and to learn more about the living things that we share the landscape with. They also provide a real example of how climate change and human development are having an impact on the environment here in the UK right now. Use our curriculum-linked resources in the classroom, or book one of our educational visits to get your class learning outdoors.
These streams are also an outdoor laboratory – find out how citizen science and higher education research are increasing our understanding.
Trout in the classroom
Follow the lifecycle of the brown trout We are currently offering the ‘trout in the classroom’ project to a...
Resources to support secondary and FE students studying Chilterns chalk streams The School of Geography at Queen Mary University...
A huge amount of data exists on the Chilterns streams which may be of use to students, researchers and interested...
The best way for children to understand a chalk stream is to get out and experience one.
The Chilterns Chalk Streams project is able to lead schools visits throughout the Chilterns. For full details of our activities please download our Schools Programme, or contact our Education Officer Ceri Groves – firstname.lastname@example.org