This week is Clean Coasts Week, a Keep Wales Tidy initiative sponsored by McDonalds so we took a group of students from MITEC at Pembrokeshire College to clean up West Dale. The team from MITEC collected over 6 bag fulls of rubbish which were mostly filled with plastic bottles tops and fishing rope/nets. Check [...]
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A team of select pupils from Ysgol Dewi Sant spent the morning at Pembrokeshire College where they took part in a series of activities led by Tim Brew – Energy in Education. The pupils then split into small groups and were given the task of designing blades for a wind turbine. A competition took place [...]
Pupils from Goodwick school had a busy day on Tuesday. The morning was spent at Celtic Camping where pupils went on a tractor and trailer tour of the farm followed by pond dipping sessions. In the afternoon we headed to Oriel y Parc in St Davids where the pupils [...]
Staff from Women’s Aid spent the day taking part in taster sessions at Clynfyw Care Farm. The women tried pond dipping with the Darwin Centre, bush craft with Sam from Value Independence and pottery with staff from Clynfyw.
We have a great new project for secondary pupils working along side Infinergy a wind farm development company and Tim Brew from Energy In Education.
Pupils from Fenton, Haverfordwest VC and St Marks primary schools came to Pembrokeshire College to sample all of the different courses available. The Darwin team helped to deliver some of the science tasters which involved experiments using different types of energy. The children used heat to create light energy, sound to create electrical energy, heat to [...]
Check out the new logo for Pembrokeshire Fish Week…. Pembrokeshire Fish Week invited people to enter a competition to design a new logo for the festival. Sean Barrett’s design won which was then professionalised by Signspeed. Congratulations Sean. This year Pembrokeshire Fish Week will take place from 22nd June – 30th June 2013. Click here to visit [...]
Thanks to the Sustainable Development Fund year 5 & 6 from Solva Community school spent the morning with us at Withyhedge landfill and recycling centre in Rudbaxton. Bryan the site supervisor took us down to the landfill where we watched the compactor crushing the rubbish with its huge wheels. Each wheel has 50 steel [...]
Pembrokeshire College students on the Army Preparatory course accompanied us to Nolton Haven on Monday 4th March to help clear up some of the litter. After a morning on the beach the students had a presentation from Marten on plastics and the hazards of marine litter.