GFA Lesson 2: Landscapes of the Broads

  • Subject Area: Geography, Natural History, Tourism
  • Suitable for levels: GCSE, KS3
  • Audience: Educators, Parents/Families
The Broads National Park is a unique mosaic of different landscapes, lakes and rivers covering 303 square kilometres. Despite only being the size of 0.1% of the UK, the park area boasts more than a quarter of its rarest wildlife. Iconic mills and historic landmarks nestle among miles of waterways, fen, woodland and footpaths while idyllic towns and villages dot the wide landscapes.

This lesson is an introduction to the different land uses in the Broads with activities improving skills of condensing key information and annotating field sketches.

Download the lesson powerpoint and worksheet below and work through whilst listening to the narrated lesson on Youtube here.