UK Right to Roam

UK Right to Roam

This is one of a series of lessons relating to the environment (the others are the Chipko Movement in India, The Green Belt Movement in Kenya and Sheffield Street Trees). This lesson explores the mass trespass of Kinder Scout in the Peak District, UK in 1932. After considering the idea of ‘trespass’, learners respond to a film about the mass trespass using a question quadrant to generate questions and engage in a philosophical enquiry about one of them.

“The learners were surprised about the Right to Roam movement. One learner had heard the song before but not understood its meaning. The learners were engaged, as it was relatable.”

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The Fore
Can Do South Yorkshire Community Fund
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
Nineveh Charitable Trust

Co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union

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