Schools

Education is a very important part of conservation. We will get nowhere without passing on what we have learnt to the next generation and disseminating results to the general public. The Rose report that was recently published about primary school education has put an emphasis on environmental education and a multi-disciplinary approach to learning.

MASC makes an effort to complement the education children are receiving in the classroom and at home. As well as subject learning the children also have a chance to develop creative, presentation and interpersonal skills during the workshops. These multi-modal styles of learning allow children of different strengths to take away as much as possible from the experience.

Within a creative curriculum the play is cross-subject and brings together geography and science as well as encouraging many different personal skills. The children also have a chance to develop creative, presentation and interpersonal skills during the workshops.

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