Welcome to the Thames Learning Group, this site is designed to help teachers, individuals and families find school visits, events and resources from source to estuary.
MOLA(Museum of London Archaeology) provides expert advice and professional services in archaeology and built heritage management to support its property and infrastructure sector clients in building for the future. Over...Learn more
Thames21 is one of the countrys leading waterway charities. We work with communities across Greater London to improve our rivers, canals, ponds and lakes for people and wildlife.We believe that engaging with young people...Learn more
The Ecology Park is a 4 acre wetland site created in the year 2000 by the former English Partnerships as part of a major regeneration project on the Greenwich Peninsula. It was opened to the public in 2002 under the management...Learn more
Making a real impact on the lives of disabled, disadvantaged and socially excluded young people and vulnerable adults. What we do: Sea-Change provides action-centred learning and seamanship training for young people and...Learn more
Hammersmith and Fulham Urban Studies Centre is a voluntary organisation which was established in 1983. The Centre has an educational role, offering opportunities to children and young people to learn about all aspects of...Learn more
From Neolithic forest to a Ministry of Defence rifle range used in both World Wars, Rainham Marshes has a fascinating history. The marshes are also one of the few remaining ancient grassland and grazing marshes in the...Learn more
I am a trained teacher and also a professional archaeologist with a PhD on the archaeology of the River Thames. I have worked on the Thames foreshore since 1993, running my own project since 1996 and also alongside other...Learn more