Loch project

9th February 2001 at 00:00
A new project based on Loch Lomond encourages pupils to explore the impact of the development of the Lomond Shores visitor attraction and its facilities, including the National Park Orientation Centre, on the local and wider communities.

The Dunbartonshire Education Business Partnership has been working closely with the Scottish Enterprise Dunbartonshire Lomond Shors team and a group of local teachers to produce a study pack for school pupils. The pack covers the social subjects in the 5-14 environmental studies curriculum and is intended to help schools deliver education for work and enterprise.

Distributed free to Dunbartonshire and Lomond schools. Additional copies available from Andrea Tyrer, tel 0141 772 5099.


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