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SEGfL Bugs Count Survey 2011

The Bugs Count project was launched by Open Air Laboratories (OPAL) and the Open University in June 2011 and will continue until the end of 2012. It is an exciting opportunity for primary and secondary school pupils to gather data to help scientists learn more about i) the distribution of invertebrates across the country and ii) which species have successfully adapted to living in an urban environment.

182 schools across the South-East registered to take part in the project and downloaded the support materials from the OPAL website. During the South-East Schools Bugs Count Survey week (26-30th September 2011) over 60 schools uploaded and added their survey results to the OPAL national database.

Is your school planning to take part in Bugs Count 2012?

Read the project report and visit the Bugs Count website to find out how during the project schools used ICT to gather, present and share information.

S.E Schools' Bugs Count Survey 2011 Project Report (PDF)

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