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I offer:

  • Educational walks and tours outdoors

  • Field work trips tailored to your group needs

  • Outdoor learning experiences linked to the new Curriculum for Wales

  • Support for developing use of your school grounds for learning

  • Creative practitioner

  • Development and management of educational projects

  • Support to develop and lead school visits

  • Outdoor training for teachers and other educators 

  • Family-friendly and learning provision advice and guidance

  • Themed guided walks

  • Outdoor Activities (paddlesports, hillwalking and rock climbing)

  • Sea Kayak guiding and coaching including in advanced conditions

  • Canoe trips

  • Paddlesport coaching in sheltered water

  • Guided walks

  • Nature Activities

  • Field work actvities

  • Mountain Walks

  • Rock climbing, gorge walking and team building activities for outdoor centres and other providers

Offering outdoor learning experiences tailored to your needs ...

Anita's main interest is creating and supporting others to create fun outdoor learning experiences. She draws on both her experiences of teaching fieldwork and leading outdoor activities to deliver a bespoke service. She has studied education to Masters level and believes in using methods that promote experiential learning and creativity. She is in her element developing and leading new educational experiences in Welsh or English.  



With experience of teaching ecology to A level, a degree in environmental science and a strong interest in wildlife; Anita can provide nature learning experiences in a range of habitats. 

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Anita has taught Geography to A level including fieldowrk linked to the new WJEC specification. She can lead groups herself or in partnership with an outdoor centre.

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Anita led a people engagement programme over 6 years for Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. She enjoys developing and leading archaeological projects for children and young people.

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Mammals of Welsh Woodland Workshop

Suitable for pupils aged 7-11

Available Spring 2024

During the workshop, I will use activities and creative methods to facilitate learning about the mammals of the Welsh woods in a fun way.

There will be an emphasis on the relationship between red squirrels, grey squirrels and pine martens, we will also learn about suitable woodland habitats for dormice and bats.

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Cost for schools within 30 miles of Bethesda (LL57 3EU) is £180 for one class (<30 pupils) for half a day or if you have two classes £300 for a whole day (half day each).

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