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  • Greenham Common
    distribution centre Students should consider the suitability of the site from the point of view of the business and the economic and environmental impact that the location decision may have AIMS To develop an understanding of the issues relating to the location of industry including sustainability To evaluate Greenham Common Business Park as a suitable location for a supermarket distribution centre RESOURCES The resources supporting this activity are two videos

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act03.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    at Greenham Common Business Park Students are asked to consider a range of hypothetical investment opportunities and decide where there money would best be placed thus better understanding issues of risk and return AIMS To introduce students to a range of small medium sized enterprises in various markets To illustrate the growth patterns of various businesses and the issues raised in investment decisions RESOURCES A number of short case studies

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act04.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    the Youth Distribution Committee and using real data from a recent committee meeting make decisions about the allocation of grants AIMS To develop an understanding of financial decision making in the context of social causes To raise awareness of the benefits the operation of the business park brings to the local area RESOURCES A video providing background to the grants system a summary of the grant applications and the actual

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act05.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    on their chosen species and a class produced ramblers guide incorporating known facts and areas of each group s particular species AIMS To develop an understanding of biodiversity To critically evaluate the methods for re establishing biodiversity To understand the importance of the positive negative impact of grazing on the common and to understand the importance of positive negative impact of human activity on the common RESOURCES The student module

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act06.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    dealing with large amounts of recyclable waste sustainably This module is closely aligned to the quarrying module The planning module which looks at the options considered before the restoration work was commenced provides a broader context Aims To raise awareness of sustainability in practice by re using waste Resources A PowerPoint outlining the extent of the recycling and restoration that was undertaken by Raymond Brown the contractors a pdf of

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act07.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    that explore the issues involved help them understand the scale of the project examine the costs and logistics in more detail Aims To develop an understanding of the issues relating to quarrying To critically evaluate the options for dealing with contaminated land Resources A video showing the providing an overview of the project a PowerPoint and series of exercises that put the project into context RESOURCE DOWNLOADS KEY STAGE FORMAT

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-act08.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    Nature Reserve feed the ducks and let off steam in the adventure playgrounds Enjoy delicious organic refreshments served in our Lakeside Café We run an annual programme of events suitable for all ages For our new opening hours and further details please call 01635 874 381 or email us at naturecentre westberks gov uk Free car parking Disabled access Dogs on leads welcome Re opening spring 2008 Thatcham Reedbed Nature Reserve forms a varied wetland landscape with reedbeds lakes damp woodlands a river and canal The site is very important for wildlife and has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest SSSI and Special Area of Conservation SAC Many breeding birds such as Reed and Sedge Warblers Cuckoo Nightingale and the rare Cetti s Warbler are found on the site The site also provides an important habitat for insects and snails such as the Scarlet Tiger Moth and the very rare Desmoulins Whorl Snail Thatcham Lake is one of a series of lakes in the Kennet Valley created by gravel extraction in the late 1970 s It was landscaped to form a wildlife habitat in the 1980 s Living Classroom Field Trip Living Classrooms is an exciting programme

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-visits.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    here are provided to support your use of the Sustainable Greenham Common Teachers requiring any other images not shown here should contact us here Simply click on a thumbnail photograph below to view the larger version To save the image right click and choose save picture as PLEASE NOTE Many of these thumbnails are linked to quite large images They may take some time to load in fully Newbury Coat

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/sec-tea-library.php (2016-02-10)
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