We've put together loads of free resources and lesson plans, some for in the classroom and some for out on a field trip. Here are some of the themes, or use the search below or browse the pages on the left.

Tourism, History and land-use conflicts lesson plans:

  • Tourism impact survey and Troubleshooting conflicts - worksheets for any outside location; tourism impact, environmental impact, tourism questionnaire and questions to investigate sustainability and a simple landuse conflict grid.
  • Paddlesteamers Postcard and Holidays Past. The development of tourism in Exmoor National Park
  • Haytor case study -  How does a National Park Authority manage visitors, what is their impact on rural landscapes, how do they support the local economy? Can be used in the classroom, including a virtual visit to Haytor, or as a field trip to Dartmoor National Park.
  • Rural land use issues around Loch Lomond - workbooks for activities around Loch Lomond to understand conflicts and visitor management
  • Jams in a honeypot - fieldwork activities to investigate the attractions of Betws y Coed, a honeypot site in Snowdonia National Park
  • North Hill in WW2 - This teaching resource pack enables schools to learn about how World War Two impacted on Exmoor


  • Exmoor's moorland classroom has videos and free to download resources for use in the classroom and to support outdoor learning, from KS1 to lower KS3.
  • More than just a bog - Peatland resource for AS, A level geography and Higher geography and biology.
  • MICCI project - students collect data used in real ongoing scientific research to monitor the effect of climate-change on moorlands

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