How Hill Trust - The Environmental Study Centre For The Norfolk Broads
The How Hill Trust runs an education centre in the heart of the Broads National Park. Primary school children visit for the day or come and stay in a beautiful old house and take part in a wide range of activities. These are designed to foster an appreciation of local habitats, wildlife and the environment in general. We give children from many different backgrounds the opportunity to connect with nature in a hands-on way, and to understand the impact of human activities upon it - so important in today's world.
Children can explore the river in our boats; have a boggy adventure on the marshes; visit a windmill; pond dip in dykes; play games in the woods; learn to thatch; create art in our woods and gardens; visit a marshman's cottage museum; dissect owl pellets; investigate water quality in our laboratory; go on board a Norfolk wherry; build dens, orienteer... and 10 other inspiring activities.
As visiting teachers testify, we offer far more than just formal education. Spending time exploring and enjoying natural environments (rain, mud and all) is of great benefit to children's wellbeing. It can boost confidence, build resilience and improve behaviour. And of course it's great fun!
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