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PE & Cultural Heritage Skills Sharing

LEAF Education (formerly FACE) has worked with the Peak District Environmental Education Network on two previous Skills Sharing publications looking at Geography and Science. This new e-booklet has a focus on two areas: PE and Cultural Heritage.
Chatsworth hosted us for the day and we shared a wide variety of outdoor activities which you can use to inspire and inform your pupils or visitors to your farm or setting. They are all very adaptable. And those of us attending the day can assure you they can also be lots of fun!

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