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Countryside Classroom Passport

The Countryside Classroom passport contains 18 challenges, relating to food, farming and the natural environment, that have been chosen to represent what we believe pupils should have the opportunity to learn about and experience while they are at school.
The challenges are organised into types (Find Out, Write, Make, Do, Meet and Visit) and are allocated a different number of points according to how difficult they are to achieve. Encourage pupils to tick off as many challenges as they can, gaining points along the way.
The passport was designed originally as part of a competition. The deadline for this has now passed but the resource provides fun challenges and is still available to use.

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