Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools (PODS) has teamed up with partners across the county to help you get the most out of Wales Outdoor Learning Week from April 19-26.
With videos, sessions and resources on a range of topics from seeds and species identification to mini-beasts, bees and trees, there’s plenty to help kids engage in the full air.
Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools Coordinator Bryony Rees said: “Join us to get out into nature, whether it’s in your schoolyard, gardens or local area, we’ll help you spend the most possible time outdoors and exploring the first signs of spring.
“We challenge you to get outside and encourage families and schools to make outdoor learning part of your daily routine.”
Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools Outdoor Learning Week Schedule:
Video capturing the first signs of spring in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park by National Park Authority Ranger Victoria Sewell. With accompanying resources.
Video on how to grow vegetables in a small space by Bryony Rees, Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools Coordinator.
Spring Science Live Virtual Session with Darwin Centre.
Live virtual session on the wonderful creatures you might find in your backyard or school grounds with Darwin Centre.
Video on how you can identify flowers by Tom Bean, National Parks Authority education manager with supporting resources.
Video of Vicky Sewell, National Park Authority Ranger, on making a solitary bee house from recycled materials.
Video and activities to learn more about trees by the wood charity Tir Coed.
Live virtual session with Pembrokeshire Hogspital and Darwin Centre.
Videos of a range of outdoor games from Sport Pembrokeshire.
Create a paper or online journal of the learning you’ve done this week.