Mayfly in the Classroom

Mayfly in the Classroom equipment

Mayfly in the Classroom

The LCSP have been working with the Wild Trout Trust (WTT) to investigate the opportunity to use the 'Mayfly in the Classroom' initiative to help raise awareness of chalk streams in Lincolnshire with local schools.

The 'Mayfly in the Classroom' initiative is an educational project created by the Wild Trout Trust to enable students to learn about aquatic and terrestrial habitats through the study of aquatic invertebrates. The project involves practically studying mayflies in the classroom to learn about their life cycles and how they fit into the wider ecosystem. The aim of the project is to ' to connect school children to their local river habitats..' and has been designed to tie into the national curriculum.

If you would like to know more about the Mayfly in the Classroom project, or would like to get your school involved please contact Will Bartle (Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Monitoring Officer) at:
william.bartle@lincolnshire.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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