The second phase of the Butterfly Effect Project focused on the role of young people in the future of the Broads landscape. We created a set of exciting resources and brought together an enthusiastic group of teachers at a training day.
At the teacher training day we worked with the group to explore their ideas about the Broads landscape and encouraged them to thing about how the materials and ideas for activities we produced could be used in their schools.
Participating teachers then returned to their school to create workshops for children. Supported by the creative data team they produced unique responses to the resources and materials provided in their goody boxes.
The project involved 10 schools and more than 300 children. To celebrate the amazing work produced we curated the material produced in the schools in an exhibition in the Forum in Norwich.