|Primary Homework Help - Rivers
A fantastic resource especially written for children which includes information on all the main features of a rivers. These features are also highlighted in virtual trips down two major rivers, The Thames and the River Severn.
|The River Trent
Great site about the River Trent written for children. Take a virtual tour down the river, find out about its history, uses, settlement and flooding.
|Rivers and Coasts
BBC KS2 resource for Rivers and Coasts. Find out on a virtual field trip how rivers change and what happens when they meet the coast?
A big book about coastal environments written by primary school teachers.
Web site primarily designed to support "Curriculum Visions" books and CDs. Includes additional information for the "Rivers" , "Coasts" and "Water Supply" books.
|Environment Agency's - Riverside Explorer
Web site about the Environment Agency's interactive, educational CD-ROM, River Explorer, which is based on the Environment Agency's River Habitat Survey database. It contains data on 4500 sites linked by a Geographical Information System, and illustrates why river habitats are important for wildlife and how human activity affects them. It supports science and geography topics in the schools National Curriculum for 9-14 year olds and has been sent free to all schools.
|Exploring a Contrasting UK Locality - Flamborough Head
Background notes from a contrasting UK locality pack on Flamborough Head intended for use in Key Stage 2. Flamborough Head is a headland that juts out 10 kilometres into the North Sea on the Yorkshire coast north of Bridlington.