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Fieldwork in the Forest

The film and accompanying fieldwork methodology sheets have been developed and tested by forest educators and secondary geography teachers in an Oxfordshire woodland.
The methodologies can be used in any wooded area to fulfil some of the geography curriculum fieldwork requirements at GCSE and A‐Level in England. These teaching resources may also inspire A‐Level pupils to consider forestry‐related fieldwork for their independent investigations.

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