|The Living Levels Partnership was formed in 2014 to promote and protect the Gwent Levels. We are a cross-organisational partnership, spanning administrative boundaries, working closely with communities and other stakeholders towards the sustainable management of this landscape.
We want children to discover the Gwent Levels and with your skills and experience, we know we can plan engaging and interesting activities!
Do you have some experience of working with children and would like to assist with designing and delivering outdoor learning sessions at key sites on the Gwent Levels? Over the next three years we will be delivering outdoor learning sessions for Primary School Children across the Levels at Tredegar House, Magor Marsh, Rogiet Countryside Park, Black Rock Portskewett, Newport Wetlands, Parc Tredellerc and Hendre lake in St. Mellons.
You will be fully trained in all aspects of delivering outdoor learning and discover the natural heritage and historical aspects of these sites, therefore helping us deliver engaging sessions – even choosing which venues best suited to you. A teaching/coaching qualification or relevant experience for this primary school age group would be great as would Welsh but this is not essential to the role.
Cardiff area of the Gwent Levels: Parc Tredellerc near Lamby Way in Cardiff, Hendre lakes in St.Mellons.Hub Sites for Living Levels (Tredegar House, Magor Marsh, Rogiet Countryside Park, Black Rock (Portskewett) , Newport Wetlands, Parc Tredellerc
Tags: Community, Education and Literacy, Environment
Gwent Wildlife Trust
Seddon House, Dingestow, Monmouth NP25 4DY
Tel: 01633 889048