Jun 26

Lowfield School Visit

Monday 19th June saw our friends from Lowfield School, Sheffield visit us again.

The children enjoyed an interactive guided walk led by Rose Clarke, Area ranger for the Peak Park. Looking at a range of special qualities which make the Peak District National Park a unique National Park.

  • Biodiversity – wildflowers and minibeasts/microhabitats

  • Distinctive character of the White Peak area of the National Park – comparing the village environment with the urban environment

  • Landscape features e.g. hay meadow, dry stone walls, field barns, geology

  • Outdoor recreation and access – consider what, why and impact on the local environment.

The children and staff were blessed with a glorious sunny day (unlike the last time Lowfield visited!) and they enjoyed a picnic lunch giving them all time to chat.

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Pupils evaluations of the visit:

Jacob           Josh             Ellie            Sam             Niamh