For teachers and educators
Free resources for teachers and educators to engage students about moorland habitats and conservation.
If you’re interested in arranging an educational visit to the Peak District and South Pennines with our youth engagement officer please get in touch with Jackie.Wragg@peakdistrict.gov.uk or firstname.lastname@example.org
Moorland restoration with Lizzy Lizard
Why not download our free app - a fun way to encourage children to care for our bogtastic blanket bogs. By inspiring future generations about Lizzy’s incredible home, the game aims to educate them in how to help prevent wildfires. Visit the Playstore to download the free Lizzy Lizard app.
Did you know?
The Peak District National Park landscape is strongly influenced by the rocks underneath the soil. The rocks, and the soils formed from them, partly determine which plants will grow on the land and, in turn, which insects and animals will live there
Heather (Calluna vulgaris) is a long-lived shrub and can live up to 40 years
The Peak District National Park is one of the most visited National Parks in the world, with millions of people choosing to visit each year
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