Education & outreach

Through the Countryside Learning programme, Clinton Devon Estates and the Conservation Trust aim to improve awareness and appreciation of the countryside for all ages.

We run a programme of events throughout the year to reconnect people with the landscape around them, providing speakers to talk to local groups and arranging walks or visits to find out more about the countryside and how it is managed.

For primary and secondary schools we deliver outdoor educational experiences in the beautiful East Devon countryside, on our farms, woodland, heath and River Otter.

The East Devon Pebblebed Heaths is a key focus for our outreach with regular health, wildlife and archaeological walks, as well as monthly talks led by a range of conservation specialists.

Schools & educational visits

Our heathland-focused primary education programme links into the Rarer than Rainforest (KS2+) element of the national curriculum. This is delivered through the Conservation Trust, who host outdoor learning experiences on the Pebblebed Heaths and the Otter Estuary for local schools in East Devon.

A range of secondary school educational opportunities are also available through our Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programme. In addition, the Conservation Trust also partners with academic institutions to support undergraduate, Masters level and doctoral research programmes.

If your school is interested in joining our team for an insightful, fun and educational day to learn about how this historic and important landscape is managed for both the wildlife and public, please visit.

CLINTON DEVON ESTATES

clinton devon estates

Clinton Devon Estates runs a programme of events throughout the year to reconnect people with the landscape around them, providing speakers to talk to local groups and arranging walks or visits to find out more about the countryside and how it is managed.

The East Devon Pebblebed Heaths is a key focus for our outreach with regular health, wildlife and
archaeological walks, as well as monthly talks led by a range of conservation specialists.

For primary and secondary schools we deliver outdoor educational experiences in the beautiful East Devon
countryside.

Our heathland-focused primary education programme links into the Rarer than Rainforest (KS2+) element of thennational curriculum. This is delivered through the Conservation Trust, who host outdoor learning experiences on the Pebblebed Heaths and the Otter Estuary for local schools in East Devon.

A range of secondary school educational opportunities are also available through our Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programme. In addition, the Conservation Trust also partners with academic institutions to support undergraduate, Masters level and doctoral research programmes.

If your school is interested in joining our team for an insightful, fun and educational day to learn about how
this historic and important landscape is managed for both the wildlife and public, please contact Kate Ponting or complete the form below:

KATE PONTING – 01395 446918
Countryside Learning Officer – kate.ponting@clintondevon.com

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