Using the parklands, venues and waterways as an inspiring learning environment, teachers and students can visit the Park and enjoy the experience in our amazing outdoor classroom.

The Go! Outside learning resources challenge students to answer the question “What does it mean for a place to be sustainable?’ Students are asked to explore the concept of sustainability by learning about the features of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 

Whether your activities take place in the classroom (bronze), in the local community (silver) or on the Park (gold), our Sustainable Spaces maps and Stratford Waterfront activity sheets are sure to bring them to life.

Bronze Activities – Create a new attraction for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Silver Activities – Using Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a case study, develop an answer the essential question ‘What does it mean for a place to be sustainable?’ Having applied a set of criteria that describe how sustainable a place is, students will act in the role of sustainability officers to audit their school (or a part of it), and develop an idea for how it could improve its impact on its users and the local environment.

Gold Activities – Using Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a case study, students will develop an answer the essential question ‘What does it mean for a place to be sustainable?’ Having developed a set of criteria that describe how sustainable a place is, students will act in the role of sustainability officers to audit their school (or a part of it), and develop an idea for how it could improve its impact on its users and the local environment. 

Download our Go! Outside learning resources for secondary schools:

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