Working with schools
As part of DNAire we are working with primary schools to deliver our Defending the Natural Aire school programme. We visit schools three times to explore the fantastic wildlife found in our rivers and the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills that are enabling them to thrive. You can read more about this project here. Our programme is free to primary schools in the Aire valley and we provide a funding bursary to enable schools to visit their riverbank during the third sessions. To make a booking please get in touch with Simon Watts to enquire about availability.
To help support our visit or home learning we have produced a number of short STEM challenges. These are ideal for school STEM clubs.