Seashore Treasure Hunt
The AWT strongly believes in working with the public, from community groups to schools, and is always keen to involve people in its projects. Through our work we hope to be able to inspire and educate people about the natural environment and our fascinating island. Our educational work can be delivered all year round by our enthusiastic and dedicated Team.
Working in Schools
Our Team can come into schools to provide assemblies and lessons on a whole range of subjects from bats to woodlands. The Team also provides out of classroom educational activities, such as discovering the secrets of our seashore or planting trees for the Alderney Community Woodland. Children’s groups were heavily involved in the Alderney Community Woodland, with a schools competition being run to design the Children’s Area of Milly’s Wood.
If you’re an educational group coming to Alderney then there are a range of different activities you can take part in, we can cater from school groups to University students. We can organise farm tours to bunker digs and practical conservation projects. Contact us to see what activities we can offer to your group.
Whether it’s a talk on some of our amazing wildlife or a trip out to discover a different side to Alderney, we can provide a range of different topics to help you discover more about Alderney and its wildlife, such as learning about the Alderney Grazing Herd or the Alderney Record Centre (ARC).
LIVE is an online, interactive educational project based on the UK National Curriculum. It provides an 11 week programme covering Science, Literacy, Mathematics and Art and topics including life cycles, habitats and food chains. At the heart of the LIVE project is the interaction between pupils and young ecologists working in the field, with daily blogs and weekly video chats. LIVE is open to all schools in the British Isles and runs from April to July.
Activities, Walks and Tours
The AWT runs a variety of activities and tours all year round, with a packed schedule during the summer time. How about a seabird boat trip, a night walk looking for bats, or maybe you want to tickle your taste buds on a foraging walk? See our Activities, Walks and Tours section for more details and a full list of what we offer.