BOP PROGRAMMES IN SCHOOLS AT HOME [UK]

Include:

  • Multimedia presentations;

Stories written by founder of BOP, including details of her conservation work  around the world during the past 20 years in the  Philippines, Australia and Madagascar .

Including how to be ‘AN OCEAN PROTECTOR’ in your area.

  • HOP days.

Health, Outdoors, Play. Nature activity trips at weekends and holidays. (See calender  also)

  • Beach Cleans

‘The United Nations Environmental Programme states that “ marine litter poses vast and growing threat to the marine and coastal environment”. If no action is taken  litter will continue  to accumulate and increase on our beaches and inevitably cause irreparable damage to our ecosystems and wildlife.

It is happening now and we need to take action as a forward thinking community organisation.

  • Lazy Littering Campaign

Aims to collaborate with local communities to:

Teach people about the implications of littering and how this is directly connected to marine pollution. Children and parents are invited to take part in local initiatives to keep their local  environment litter free, in the efforts to protect our coastline and oceans.

  • Marine Education through Art ( META).

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Learning through art is a great way to deliver a serious message. Focused workshops ; ocean art,crafts; recycled materials,sculptures;  painting; poster design and film. Ages   6-16

  • After school BOP Eco Club.

Ages 6-16. See eco club section for ideas. 6 week or term long programme with a choice of activities: including ocean mask makingm and plays. contact us.

  • Marine Ecology Workshops

For secondary schools. Skills based,for example how to conduct an ecological survey.How to survey cetaceans. How to operate an ROV.Visiting experts in range of disciplines.

  • School Murals.

 

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A project with Dolphins Love Freedom. Bulak, Philippines.

 

 

 

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