Schools wildlife garden project
GardenAdvice.co.uk is helping schools by creating new or extended existing schools wildlife gardens.
The Wildlife gardens for schools project includes free plants, materials and labour from gardenadvice.co.uk to establish a new wildlife garden or to upgrade an existing one.
After the garden has been created the school will receive its own mini web site on our MyGardenTeam section within the GardenAdvice.co.uk web site.
On this schools gardening web site the students will be able
to publish wildlife reports, photos and drawings about the garden. In
addition every school will be given the opportunity to take part in wildlife and climate research projects, produce and broadcast
a number of video reports broadcasting over the internet with the
help and advice from GardenAdvice.co.uk own online content production
Through the year a number of interactive projects will be available for students to link up with other schools on the scheme to produce a global picture on such subjects as weather, climate change, wildlife population and a number of other related subjects.
GardenAdvice.co.uk started the schools wildlife gardens as an extension of our Young Gardeners club. The aim of the scheme is through the establishment of a number of schools wildlife gardens and the creation of online software to encourage students to educate themselves in three main areas -
The use of the internet for research
Publish information and research on the internet
The communicate and exchange information with other students from all over the world on wildlife and climate change.
For further details email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See an example of a demo schools web site on the scheme click here