Here at the Gilbert White Field Studies Centre we specialise in learning outside the classroom, offering a wide range of courses to students, teachers, and adult learners on landscape, ecology, natural history, life in the 18th century and the history of the Antarctic and Africa.
We have spent some time looking at our courses and how they link to the new curriculum. And they do! With a few adaptions here and there, we can offer you a wide range of practical, hands-on experiences, which fully meet the requirements of the 2014 curriculum.
Teachers for all Key-Stages, GCSE’s, BTECs, and A-Levels can find out more about what we do and what to expect on a trip to the Field Studies Centre. Click here >>>
Find out more about the Education Team, the 16th Century Hampshire Barn which forms the Field Studies Centre itself, as well as our continuing mission to enthuse learners of all ages with a love and appreciation for the Natural World. Click here >>>
The Field Studies Centre arranges a number of INSET days and courses for Teachers throughout the year, as well as fun and tailored team-building days. Find out more >>>
The schools may be closed but the Museum and Field Studies Centre can help your children carry on learning outside the classroom with fun activities and events held during school holidays. Discover what’s on >>>
Our team is continually developing new ways to engage adult learners with Study Days, workshops and courses designed to provide lifelong education opportunities for all. Find out more >>>
With the support of HIAS and HIWCF, our education team are now able to offer a unique environmental arts workshop for Primary School pupils at an affordable rate. Discover more >>>
Field Studies Centre Blog
A window on our work…
- Richard Long inspired clay work
- Teacher Training Day
- Year 1 children from Alton enjoying a day as Richard Long the environmental artist.
How do you fancy sixty muddy pairs of hands?
The FSC is fast becoming the national hub of excellence in environmental art .
Here the children started their day creating the iconic mud circle in Gault clay