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Discovering Countries View details

Learn about the nature and wildlife in different countries. Identify and start to recognise the geography of the world map. Discover how the habitat, climate and environmental issues of a country affect the animals and plants that live and grow there. Discuss and explore the culture of various countries this may include their language, art, food and music. The sessions will have practical elements that will encourage the students to develop their individual creativity and their confidence in their abilities. The students will therefore plan, design and produce art work that supports the themes of the sessions. As a group we will share information and work that will lead to a fuller appreciation of our discovered countries.

Discovering Countries - Hastings View details

Learn about the nature and wildlife in different countries. Identify and start to recognise the geography of the world map. Discover how the habitat, climate and environmental issues of a country affect the animals and plants that live and grow there. Discuss and explore the culture of various countries this may include their language, art, food and music. The sessions will have practical elements that will encourage the students to develop their individual creativity and their confidence in their abilities. The students will therefore plan, design and produce art work that supports the themes of the sessions. As a group we will share information and work that will lead to a fuller appreciation of our discovered countries.

Discovering Countries - Market Rasen View details

Learn about the nature and wildlife in different countries. Identify and start to recognise the geography of the world map. Discover how the habitat, climate and environmental issues of a country affect the animals and plants that live and grow there. Discuss and explore the culture of various countries this may include their language, art, food and music. The sessions will have practical elements that will encourage the students to develop their individual creativity and their confidence in their abilities. The students will therefore plan, design and produce art work that supports the themes of the sessions. As a group we will share information and work that will lead to a fuller appreciation of our discovered countries.

Planning for Housing and Green Spaces: An Introduction View details

Bettina Lange has over 15 years experience with the English planning system. She has worked for the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) since 2000, has written numerous submissions to planning policy proposals and represented CPRE and local communities at many planning hearings. She has a collection of RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute) planning training certificates and has contributed as an invited speaker to many of these events. The course will cover 1. an introduction to the principles of the English planning system: preventing sprawl; protecting the Green Belt; and creating attractive places for people to live in; 2. the meanings of housing 'need' and 'demand'; 3. different views on the advantages and disadvantages of the 'presumption in favour of sustainable development' in the current planning regime 4. changes in the new (July 2018) National Planning Policy Framework