This activity is based in Betws y Coed, Snowdonia National Park.
Who for?
Key stage 3 - England and Wales
Level 3 - Scotland
Who by?
This activity can be delivered by our education team, or you can lead yourself.

Activity aims:

Discover the attractions of a honey pot site, its history and how it's changed over time. Walk around Betws y Coed / Beddgelert to recognise the attractions then embark on map-based fieldwork to record its features and use questionnaires to investigate the visitors' impact on the National Park.

Students will have the opportunity to:

  • explore a honey pot site and its surroundings within the National Park
  • investigate interactions between the environment and people.
  • to work together in a variety of different ways
  • gather primary data through fieldwork

What you will need:

  1. Detailed map of area and land use key (provided when you book with our education team)
  2. Questionnaires (provided when you book with our education team)
  3. Background to history and development of Betws y Coed
  4. Betws y Coed census community data
  5. Betws-y-Coed Visitors Centre facts sheet
  6. Visitor impact information
  7. Paper and pens for making field notes
  8. Clipboards

Contact our education team:

For more information or to book us to lead this activity

Tel: 01766 772 600
Fax: 01766 772609
Email: addysg@eryri-npa.gov.uk

Curriculum links (England):

  • Community participation
  • Global dimension and sustainable development
  • Creativity and critical thinking