Is the cost of transport stopping your school from arranging educational visits?
The Land of the Fanns Landscape Partnership Scheme could help fund your transport costs for a local environmental or heritage site educational visit. The benefits of visiting a local site for heritage and outdoor education are enormous. School visits connect students and staff with their local environment, offer an understanding of an area’s history and development and help foster an appreciation and respect for wildlife and the natural world.
For full information and ideas of places you can visit please download a copy of our leaflet:
How could Land of the Fanns support your school?
If your school and the place you want to visit are within our project area, which includes Barking and Dagenham, Thurrock, Havering, Brentwood and south west Essex, you can apply to us for assistance with transport costs. Simply complete and return our school travel fund application form:
Main image credit: RSPB Rainham Marshes