A fantastic range of engaging and practical resources, both indoor and outdoor-based, to enrich your teaching. Download the free resources below to help your pupils learn about the unique features of their local area with activities focused on the High Weald landscape and what makes it special.
Each resource links to KS1 and KS2 curriculum subjects; History, Geography, Science, Art & Design, English and Maths. Pupils can explore nature using their senses; get to grips with fieldwork and habitats; watch historical characters on film; take part in a lively scientific debate; get creative; and more.
This pdf topic diagram (177 KB) outlines just some of our High Weald resources with curriculum links for your lessons.
Art and design
Use specially-developed art workshops to fire pupils’ imagination and help them use different media.
Get pupils exploring the High Weald’s ancient landscape and its uses today, and help them develop map and fieldwork skills.
The High Weald’s beautiful surroundings and wildlife inspire interest and wonder - an ideal place for pupils to study science...
Spark curiosity about the history of their local area using these short films, illustrations, handling items, scripts and maps.
Thinking of heading outside? Use our butterfly, woodland and farm resources to support your adventures in the outdoor classroom.
Classroom based activities
Bring the High Weald inside! Art workshops, drama scripts and habitat activity sheets to help support learning in your classroom.
Teach children about renewable and non-renewable energy, and its relevance to the High Weald.