Make the map come alive.
The Broads National Park is a landscape of rivers, shallow lakes or broads, fens, wet woodland, grazing marshes, estuary, arable farmland and settlements. So it’s a fantastic learning resource, especially for physical and human geography.
See what it's like with this video of a school group out on site with Nick Sanderson, Education Officer for the Broads Authority.
The following Geography KS2 resources introduce students to the waterways of the Broads.
- Essential elements of the Geography KS2 Broads Curriculum
- Introduction to the Broads rivers
- The water cycle
- Threats to Broads rivers
- Climate change and flooding
- Managing the Broads for people and wildlife
- Peat essentials
- What's it like to live in the Broads National Park?
Here are some of the other resources available.
Here are some suggestions for things to do outdoors and in the classroom. The resources listed above provide ideas too.
Many organisations in the Broads are keen to help you learn more.