Welcome to the NGO Educational Trust
Conserving the Balance
Here at the NGO Educational Trust we believe it is important to teach children and adults just how our beautiful countryside has been managed for hundreds of years.
Whether you are a teacher, student, land manager or are simply interested in the countryside you will find a wealth of useful information in this site.
Latest Educational Resources
Conservation Fact File 7 - Wild Your Garden
We can all help our dwindling wildlife by using our gardens to attract more species. This video is accompanied by classroom worksheets
Conservation Fact File 6 - Goggle-Eyed Wader
Learn more about the Stone Curlew - an Amber listed species. This video is accompanied by classroom worksheets for children
What The Science Says
What the Science Says is an online resource run by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. The website is intended to fight misinformation by clearly presenting scientific facts to counter misleading claims made in the press and on social media.
Here are some examples of the claims that have been checked:
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Teachers & Education
We have an awesome array of educational resources for you to excite your students with, created by ourselves and other countryside organisations.
Resources include presentations, worksheets, lesson plans and many off-curriculum resources tailored for your needs
Gamekeepers & Land Managers
The best way to explain the role of Gamekeepers & Land Managers is to demonstrate it. Get involved with your local schools and arrange visits - bring the classroom to the countryside!
Find out here what you need to do to host safe and educational visits.
Role of a Gamekeeper
49 out of 50 people have never met a gamekeeper.
Use this area to find out what Gamekeepers do and how their work helps to shape and sustain the British countryside.
Learn More About
Have you ever wondered what goes on in our countryside? Well the NGO ET is here to help you understand more about what happens when we manage the countryside and when we don't.
Our Countryside Blog will bring you articles about countryside issues and the creatures that inhabit our beautiful land