Mayfly in the classroom spreads its wings in 2013
Posted on April 15, 2013
2013 has seen a significant increase in the uptake of Mayfly in the Classroom (MiC) by schools and organisations (click here for MiC information). So far, the following orgnisations and individuals have been trained, supplied and helped by the WTT to kick start their own classroom projects with local schools:
Scotland: RAFTS, West Sutherland Fisheries Trust, Cromarty Firth Fisheries Trust, Ness and Beauly Fisheries Trust, Moray Firth Fisheries Trust, Wester Ross Fisheries Trust, Dee Fisheries Trust
Wales: Llangattock Primary School, Our Lady St Michaels Primary School, the Wye and Usk Foundation & local volunteers.
England: Falmouth Marine College, Young Anglers Club Coaches Oxfordshire, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, Beaucroft School Dorset, Twyford School Hants, Wimborne First School, Meonstoke School, Otterbourne School, Broughton Primary School, Kings Somborne Primary School, Duncton Primary School Sussex, the Newbury Renewal project, Shaw School Newbury, the Winchcomb School Newbury.
Future participants include:
The River Chess Association and local schools.
Lincolnshire chalkstreams project.
FORCE River Crane and schools.
Wincanton schools workshop with local volunteers.
If you are interested in seeing Mayfly in the Classroom in your local schools contact the WTT Research & Engagement officer by clicking here.