The Southport Eco Centre Education Service has over 15 years experience of delivering award winning, inspirational sessions to school, further education institutions and community groups from the North West region and beyond.
The resident teachers provide fun, hands-on education covering a wide range of topics both in a classroom environment and outdoor settings. All visits are designed to enhance the current curriculum and offer innovative learning opportunities for all.
The team are also constantly designing, developing and project-managing a wide variety of educational resources and events for schools and communities.
We offer a wide range of topic based visits in both classroom and outdoor settings. All visits are linked to the National Curriculum and cross curricular.
All of our resources, both digital and physical, are bespoke to our service and designed in-house by the teaching staff offering innovative learning opportunities for all.
New days are continuously being developed and bespoke lesson plans can be devised to complement topics you are studying back at school.
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We pride ourselves on creating innovative education resources supporting our commitment to engage across all communities on a wide range of eco awareness.
Our portfolio includes the management of various projects for a wide range of external organisations, both physical and digital, from the early stage of development, implementation and engaging communication strategies.
Schools have an incredibly important role to play in our move towards a low carbon future.
In addition to the potential for resource saving, schools are the place where the next generation learns about priorities for the future.
The Eco Savers League competition recognises Sefton schools' work on a variety of environmental issues.
We have forged strong links with many local community groups, working on a number of joint projects.
Our community energy garden, now a wildlife haven, was created together with the Birkdale Civic Society.
We have run regular themed open days in school holidays with free family activities, all complemented by a range of stalls giving out eco advice, community information and access to support if required.