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Education files

There are currently 14 Education Files available from the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority Education Service. The files are listed below along with a short description of the file's contents and intended audience

1. The Yorkshire Dales National Park - our national treasure

The National Park is a special place for everyone to enjoy
Suitable for: Upper KS2. KS3

2. The Yorkshire Dales - a National Park

The story of how UK National Parks - the Dales in particular – came about
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

3. Conserving - a changing landscape

How the National Park Authority does its work
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

4. Geology - foundations of natural beauty

The story of the making of the rocks and scenery of the Dales
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

5. Wildlife - conserving biodiversity

How the wildlife and habitats of the Park are looked after
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

6. Cultural heritage - lifestyle in the landscape

How people have affected the Dales landscape through time
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

7. Hill Farming - changing times

Farming in the Dales, past, present and future.
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

8. Tourism - a balancing act

Tourism in the Dales.
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

9. Sustainable Tourism - getting the balance right?

How the National Park Authority is building sustainability into tourism
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

10. Access Management – an integrated approach

Issues around getting to and getting around the National Park
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

11. Malham - a honeypot site

A case study of tourism in the Malham area
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

12. Quarrying - a grey area

The place of the industry in the National Park
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

13. Changing Communities – testing times

Issues involved in the making and shaping of the rural ideal.
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE.

14. Climate change - challenge for the National Park

The climate change challenge facing the National Park
Suitable for: GCSE. A level. FE & HE

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