march, 2019

2019sat16mar11:00 amsat1:00 pmEcology and Conservation for Families - Cambridge, recycling and sustainability (MARCH DAY SCHOOL)Trumpington Community CollegeDay:Saturday length of course: 1 week

Time

(Saturday) 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location

Trumpington Community College

Lime Avenue, Cambridge, CB2 9FD

length of course

1 week

Book a place on the course

Price £15.00

For how many people? -1 +

Total Price £15.00

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Course details

Cambridge, recycling and sustainability

Brief Description:

Come along with any member of your family or friends (price is for 2 learners) to the first of our four workshops. You will gain greater ecological awareness and an insight into the area of conservation (in this particular workshop Cambridge, Recycling and Sustainability).
In each workshop there will be the chance to get to know specific charities and NGOs (non-governmental organisation) working in that area.
There will be children specific activities such as puzzles, quizzes, games, painting and face painting.
Adults can follow presentations and discuss the issues in small groups.

Topic of 3rd Workshop (Saturday 16th March 2019): Cambridge, recycling and sustainability

Previous Experience and Knowledge Needed?

No previous experience or knowledge is required.

Learning Outcomes:

Evaluate the efforts of the city of Cambridge concerning recycling and sustainability.

Extra costs on the course for example text book, materials or equipment:

None

For the session you will need to bring:

Just yourself and any family or friend.

On completion of this course, what might your next steps be?

Join one of the other courses on offer:

Topic of 4th Workshop (Saturday 18th May 2019): Climate Change and consequences

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Tutor

Suzanne DobrovolnyI studied History and Human Ecology, focused in my PhD thesis on environmental and public health problems of London in the 19th century, undertook research on Garden cities, park movements, water pollution and the importance of modern zoos.

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