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SEGfL Bugs Count Survey 2011

by Philbracegirdle on Wed, November 09, 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 use ICT 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.
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South-East Nature Watch 2011 Project Report

by Philbracegirdle on Sun, July 03, 2011

This summer over 800 schools from across South-East England have taken part in Open Air Laboratories Surveys (OPAL.) Visit the South-East Naturewatch website to find out how your school can take part in the OPAL surveys and use ICT to promote environmental awareness click and make the most of your school grounds.
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Videoconferences and webcasts with NASA

by Heather Hadfield on Mon, November 01, 2010

NASA has a large distance-learning program of videoconferences and web casts that are free.


There are a huge variety of topics offered, covering all ages so why not take up this great opportunity to learn from this exciting education provider.
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Celebrate International Year of Biodiversity 2010 with The Great Plant Hunt’s new free activity

by Adrian Lyth on Mon, January 18, 2010

There's a new 'Thinking Walk' from The Great Plant Hunt with a variety of life theme for children aged 5-11. Visit the new biodiversity area on the website (www.greatplanthunt.org/biodiversity) and download your free copy today!
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