Use Places & People to search over 6,600 parks and gardens in the UK and 2,100 biographies of people associated with them. Image location: Bedgebury National Pinetum

Learn about the rich heritage of parks and gardens in Topics.
Image location: Powis Castle

Follow News & Events, updated regularly with the latest information affecting historic parks and gardens. Image location: Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Visit the Schools for ideas and activities to encourage the interest of children and young people in their local parks. Image location: Trentham

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Image location: Cirencester Abbey

View the Illustrated Glossary which provides definitions and accompanying images for terms and concepts associated with historic parks and gardens. Image location: Pannett Park

Key Stage 3 Designing a new playground

This learning resource for Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum contains notes for teachers and links to resources for use in the classroom. It can also be adapted for use with children at other levels or ages. All the tasks can easily be adapted for less able or younger children. Many of the supporting resources for this activity will be useful for teaching Design and Technology Unit 1B – Playgrounds.

Credits
Sutcliffe Play Ltd
Learning through Landscapes
Children’s Play Information Service
GreenSpace
CABE Space
Urban Parks Forum