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Learning About the Pembrokeshire Coast

This section is for those who want to learn more about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and what makes it special.

​If you're involved in education, you can also find out more about how the National Park Authority delivers a variety of interesting and engaging visits for schools.

​Rockpooling on the Pembrokeshire Coast.

These pages explore some of the fascinating habitats found in the National Park, and looks at the wildlife that lives there. This section also explores Pembrokeshire as a human landscape, and ask why people visit the area, and what the benefits and problems caused by tourism are.

These education pages are linked to elements of the geography, history and science National Curriculum and Curriculum Cymreig. They also support three topics of the Pembrokeshire Sustainable Schools Award Scheme and the ECO Schools Award: Biodiversity, Litter and Waste, and Community Citizenship.

Lifelong Learning is important to the National Park Authority. The Authority's staff work out in the National Park and at Carew Castle, Castell Henllys and Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre, to deliver field sessions, events and a range of publications to help more people learn about the Pembrokeshire Coast.