Due to the recent landslide at St. Oswald's Bay between Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door new routes have been mapped out for school visits. For more information please call the Rangers on 01929 400155. Click on the image to the right for a PDF download.
A successful programme of guided field trips taught by on-site education rangers.
Lulworth has a reputation as one of the best places to study on the South Coast. Every year, several thousand students take advantage of the unique natural resource an our on-site teaching facilities based in the Heritage Centre.
This will be our 13th year offering taught field sessions including:
- Lulworth Minitour - A cross circular introduction to Lulworth for younger pupils
- Rocks and Landforms - Basic geology, coastal landforms and their development
- Habitats and Ecology - The ecology and management of chalk downland and habitat
- Tourism and Conservation - Managing a 'honeypot' site - conflicts and solutions
- Data Collection - Opportunities for practical hands-on investigations
This beautiful and dramatic coastline is now recognised as a World Heritage Site and provides the perfect environment to study outdoors. The Heritage Centre has displays that are bright, colourful, simple to understand and relevant to curriculum topics. A lecture room in the Heritage Centre adds to the facilities.
Why not let experienced site rangers with local knowledge teach your group? To discuss or book a session, please telephone the rangers on 01929 400155.