We work with secondary schools to help fulfil their curriculum needs in science and geography topics.
Some schools in the Chilterns are lucky to a chalk stream in their grounds or close by and we are able to work with the school and students to help protect and improve them.
Education session details that we offer can be found by downloading our programme. These sessions can be offered at year group assemblies, for eco committees and stem clubs. We are happy to offer bespoke education sessions please contact us to discuss more.
The School of Geography at Queen Mary University of London and Chilterns Chalk Streams Project have developed several educational resources to help you understand the nature of a chalk streams, and the pressures currently faced by these important and iconic river systems.
What is a chalk stream and what makes them so special? Watch our film to find out
How do chalk streams work and why do they dry up? Watch our film to find out.
Exploring the Chess as an environmental system and presenting real time dashboards This collection of storymaps presents background information on...
Water Management: An enquiry-based learning scheme to explore the management issues associated with a chalk stream