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The Museum has a permanent area in the Environmental Gallery dedicated to school children’s projects, as part of our community involvement and growth scheme.

Each year students complete environmental projects as part of their curriculum. The children visit the Museum to learn about some aspect of the environment, and carry out project work at school. The finished displays are mounted in the Museum for exhibition over several months; recent topics include Threatened Snails, Weed Busters Week, Sea Week, Catalina Crash Anniversary. 

The display material may include artwork, models and dioramas, poetry or digital presentations.

Seaweek display

Seaweek display

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