We have a variety of options to support certain elements of the new Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification.
The Garden plays host a variety of topics that a student at any level may wish to study for the Individual Project portion of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. With a range of exciting and innovative projects going on all the time at the Garden we can offer guidance and experience in:
- plant conservation
- organic farming
- alternative energy sources
- reconnecting people with nature
- the importance of pollinators
- local history and culture
- the role of a charity
Global Citizen Challenge – teaching and learning
Through workshops at the Garden we can support the teaching and learning aspect of the Global Citizen Challenge portion of the Welsh Baccalaureate Qualification. With focus on Critical Thinking and Problem Solving and Creativity and Innovation, pupils will be encouraged to begin to develop a personal standpoint in relation to topics such as
- Fair Trade
- Future Energy
- Living Sustainably
- Waste Management
- Ethical and Eco-friendly products
Enterprise and Employability – teaching and learning
Visit one of Wales’ major tourist attractions to find out about services and products that we offer here.
Gallwch gwblhau eich Sialens Gymunedol yn yr Ardd drwy weithio gyda Phrosiect y Rhaglywiaeth.
As a charity the ongoing projects at the Garden offer a range of opportunities to support groups completing the Community Challenge.
You can complete your Community Challenge at the Garden through working with the Regency Project.
Take a look at our Key Stage 4 Programmes to find workshops that can support you on topics such as Fair Trade, Food and Food Miles, Green Technologies, Sustainability and Leisure and Tourism.
How to book a Welsh Baccalaureate related visit
Please contact Kay in the Education Department to enquire about or book a visit.