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Educational workshops

Postby kirkju on Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:49 pm

The Southport Eco Centre hosts an award winning educational facility with over 10 years' experience of delivering inspirational educational sessions to groups in North West region. The resident teachers provide fun, hands-on education covering a wide range of topics both in a classroom environment and outdoor settings. All visits are designed to enhance the current curriculum in subjects including Geography, History and Science and offer innovative learning opportunities for all.

The teaching staff is also very experienced in designing, delivering and project-managing a variety of educational resources and events.

This year we have added Stone Age/Pre-history and Natural Disasters to our list of workshops on offer. Please see our website www.southportecocentre.com for more information.
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