This part of North Wales presents a rich variety of environments, both physical and human, for schools to use to enhance their work, making it an ideal location for field studies. Most school groups come to study Biology and Geography, whether it is to reinforce classroom-based learning in key stages 3 and 4 or as a data collection opportunity for G.C.S.E. or A Level.
Bringing the textbook to life allows pupils to gain an understanding of different environments and the impacts we have as a population on the world around us.
A fieldwork study truly compliments classroom taught theories, allowing students to reap the benefits of learning outside the classroom.
Marle Hall has a supply of technical data collection equipment that can be used to supplement that brought from school. We are also happy to provide waterproofs and walking boots, protecting you from the elements, making the experience more enjoyable.
Data captured during the day can be calibrated in the evenings under the guidance and supervision of school staff. We have several rooms available, some with digital projectors, and WiFi is available throughout the building.
Marle Hall staff have the experience to provide teaching assistance on these courses if arranged in advance.
“We have been really impressed by the work of the staff during our stay.”
- Kenilworth School (GCSE Geography course)