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Outdoor Education

Workshops for schools and groups in Tameside’s countryside

 

We hope you can join us in discovering the fantastic countryside in Tameside. Maybe you fancy bug hunting, pond dipping, investigating the river or the history at Park Bridge, trying some map reading or just having a great den building day in the woods. Led by our experienced Outdoor Engagement Team, our popular sessions can be delivered at a number of sites across the borough and include:

  • Habitats and Living Things
  • Investigating Rivers
  • Iron Age Settlements
  • Marvellous maps
  • Past and Present
  • Plants and Living Things
  • Rocks, Fossils and Soils
  • Superworm
  • Wild art

 

Plants Workshop

Habitats & Living Things

Investigating Rivers Workshop

Investigating Rivers

Living Things and Fieldwork Workshop

Iron Age Settlements

Marvelous Maps Workshop

Marvelous Maps

Past and Present Workshop

Past and Present

Superworm Session Workshop

Plants & Living Things

Taste of the Wildwoods Workshop

Rocks Fossils & Soil

Wild Art Workshop

Superworm

Ice Age Settlements

Wild Art

Taste of the Wildwoods Workshop

Delivering Differently

Taste of the Wildwoods Workshop

John Muir Award

 

 

For more information or session details  contact the outdoor education team on: 0161 342 4144

 

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Local Studies Centre
Tameside Central Library
Old Street
Ashton-under-Lyne
Tameside
OL6 7SG
Contact by Telephone
0161 342 4144
Contact by Fax
0161 342 2300
 
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