Teachers, educators and those who want to learn more about lowland heathland have just a few weeks left to grab a copy of our free CD of resources.
The curriculum-linked GCSE and A-level teaching resources, developed last year by our OPAL East Midlands team, focus on one of Britain’s rarest and most-threatened habitats.
Lowland heathland is home to a diverse range of unique flora and fauna which can be explored by your pupils, from the churring Nightjar to the venomous adder.
The CD features a total of 10 teaching resources – including classroom and field-based topics – each providing teachers’ notes, student workbooks and ID guides where applicable.
A limited number are still available, but must be claimed by 15 May 2013.
Get your free CD now by emailing your name and postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org