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23rd May
to 5th August
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Seeing the future of treescapes in outdoor learning

23rd May to 5th August
Explore co-production of research in a school setting.

Research Host: Prof Kate Pahl

“The students will explore co-production in schools. Supervised by Kate Pahl with the project team (Khawla Badwanand Samyia Ambreen) the students will be attached to the ‘Seeing the future of treescapes in outdoor learning’ primary education project in a school during the summer term (late June/July) for one week. The students will be supervised by Kate Pahl, to support the team to develop activities that encourage the co-production of children’s thinking about treescapes. The children themselves will explore how they can become more attached to, and appreciative of, urban treescapes through methods such as mobile audio-recordings, walking along interviews, creative arts and short films with a focus on children’s knowledge. Students will require a DBS and a background in Childhood Studies/Psychology/Education”.

In A Nutshell...

  • Collaborate... with academics working on a real research project
  • Have an impact... on a research project with real-world outcomes
  • Gain experience... of co-production in research
  • Develop skills... in working with children and research practice
  • Earn up to 300 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • call_split 23/05/22 to 01/07/22