Meet the amazing animals at this wonderful wildlife park, set in the heart of the New Forest. Follow the woodland trails to see playful otters, mighty European bison, scary wolves and friendly, gentle deer. Look out for wallabies, lynx, ferrets, polecats, pine marten, wild boar, foxes, badgers, Scottish wildcats and harvest mice, as well as the impressive giant otters – the first of this rare species to be successfully captive bred in the UK. Continue reading
Visit family-friendly Battersea Park Children’s Zoo for a great day out with the children. Located in Battersea Park in the heart of London, right next to the River Thames, the zoo offers a perfect blend of animal adventures and playground fun. Continue reading
The award-winning Chestnut Centre offers a truly memorable day out. Located in the stunning surroundings of the Peak District National Park, with a woodland trail, deer meadow, bluebell woods in springtime and a mountain stream, the park offers a rare opportunity to see European and native wildlife in a beautiful and natural setting. Continue reading
Headway, Southampton Solent University’s annual magazine for alumni, has just been published (January 2014), with up-to-date news of Solent alumni and their successes.
This issue, written by Lindsey Darking of Impact Writers Ltd, focuses on innovation and technology.
You can read the magazine online at http://issuu.com/solentuniversity/docs/headway_23_2013
The first group of Early Years Teachers started their training in September 2013. What does the new status mean for schools and early years settings? By Lindsey Darking.
Llewella Owen, 23, is passionate about working with young children. She’s among the first cohort of students training to be an Early Years Teacher, a new status which forms part of the Coalition Government’s ongoing drive to raise the quality of provision in early years. Continue reading