Our Schools Programme aims to help teachers and students learn more about the National Park, its work and priorities for the future, while helping your school on its journey with the Curriculum for Wales.
National Park Priorities:
- resilience to climate change
- enhance biodiversity
- connect with nature
- nurture community
Our experienced and knowledgeable team hope to create long-lasting links with your staff and pupils and inspire everyone to explore and protect the natural assets on our doorsteps.
For more details or to arrange your visit please email our Discovery Team or call 01646 624800.
Find out more about our schools programme
Cynefin Discovery Days
Cynefin: Often translated as “habitat” it is not just a place in a physical or geographical sense; it is the historic, cultural and social space t...
GCSE, A-Level and Welsh Baccalaureate
GCSE Geography Fieldwork and can be delivered at suitable sites across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Support is also available for A-Level an...
Your National Park Area Ranger
You can invite the local Area Ranger into school to help your pupils learn about the National Park.
Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools (PODS)
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is a partner in Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools (PODS).
School Visits to Carew Castle
Carew welcomes school groups throughout the year introducing children to the tastes, smells and sights of life in a Castle.
School Visits to Castell Henllys
Every year – for more than 25 years – around 6,000 children have visited Castell Henllys to see, smell and touch life in an Iron Age village throu...
School Visits to Oriel y Parc
The gallery at Oriel y Parc displays changing exhibitions from national collections with a connection to landscape.
About the National Park
70th anniversary photo competition
With the National Park celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2022, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority asked your help to develop an online ...
A Park for the People
In the evolution of this outstanding landscape, fashioned over millions of years, a period of 70 years barely registers on the timescale…
Find out how the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority tackles the issues of sustainability, climate change and sea level rise.
Facts and Figures
Find out some fascinating facts that highlight what makes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park so special.
Access and Rights of Way
We do our best to ensure that you have access to all the best bits, so around 1,000 km of the network of public rights of way in the National Park is ...
The historic environment is part of what makes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park such a special place.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has many habitats which support a wide variety of wildlife; both common and rare.
When you think about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park you may conjure up images of beautiful beaches, panoramic views from the Coast Path and qua...