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Countryside Conservation: Gamekeeper's Role

This resource shows how game and conservation managers (gamekeepers) maintain the balance and shape the countryside we live in. It is designed as a complete teaching pack for use with children in the 9-14 age range.
The package includes a powerpoint presentation, teaching notes and student worksheets linked to the national curriculum. Users should be reminded to print off the teaching notes before they attempt to use the powerpoint presentation.

This resource is produced by
NGO Educational Trust
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