Exmoor Learning Resources

Although you are free to use these resources independently, we recommend getting in touch to see how we can help you get the best out of a visit to Exmoor National Park.

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New -  Key Stage 2 Teaching Resource - What are National Parks For?

The aim of this exciting new resource is to provide teachers with the background knowledge, materials and learning and teaching ideas to enable pupils to understand the importance of national parks in their lives now and in the future. It is particularly focused on upper Key Stage 2, but can be used and adapted for other teaching stages. There are 11 enquiries which look at different aspects of National Parks.

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Resources to support inspiring learning...

The River Lyn enquiry

Explore different aspects of this river system. GCSE and A level geography.
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The Moorland Classroom

Supporting Outdoor learning in amazing Exmoor locations. KS2/
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Paddlesteamers, Postcards and Holidays Past

The history of Exmoor's nineteenth-century tourist boom -  A suite of resources for KS2/KS3

Coastal management in Porlock

Explore how coastal change has impacted on this habitat and the local community.

North Hill in WW2

Learn about how World War Two impacted on Exmoor and the vital role played not only in training allied troops for D-Day

Explore the Shore

Comprehensive range of resources to support outdoor learning on the Exmoor coast. KS2

Posters, Loan Boxes and other Resources

Great range of habitat posters, pocket guides and links.