The Sustainability Centre is a fascinating example of the successes - and pitfalls - that can accompany a fundamental change in the way we live our lives. For secondary school pupils, it is a rich source of ideas and information, in these areas:
Our curriculum linked programme offers a range of hands on activities covering a wide range of aspects of sustainability.
Activities include making an earth oven from clay and sand; building an earth bag archway; building solar powered models; a farm tractor trailer tour over the hills of the South Downs; making shelters in the woods and ephemeral art works with natural materials.
Curriculum links to topics in Geography, Science, Art, Design & Technology, ICT and Citizenship.
On our Field Studies days students start at The Sustainability Centre, and then explore the River Meon or the villages of East Meon and West Meon, gaining observations and data for analysis.
Please contact for further information if you would like to book a day programme or overnight stay.
See Teachers' Pack for programme and prices.
Please email Penny Rose firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.