2nd November 2023
Mark Castle is sending weekly messages to all staff via email. Catch up with the latest message and any previous ones in the PDF’s below.
1st November 2023
To help us celebrate the Field Studies Council’s 80th anniversary our Discovery Centre in Margam Park ran a competition offering two Welsh primary schools an exciting opportunity for their yr 4 or 5 to stay with us for a free two-night residential visit. To be in with a chance to win, all they needed to […]
27th September 2023
It’s been fantastic to see how staff at centres are celebrating our 80th Anniversary year. From picnics and team-building games to some very impressive-looking cakes, it’s great to see everyone coming together to celebrate such a milestone. Amersham The team at Amersham enjoyed a celebratory lunch which included homemade cakes. The team managed a game […]
20th July 2023
We are a small remote team developing and delivering adult natural history courses for the Field Studies Council. We host courses at centres, external venues and online. We are keen to ask for your assistance with our courses and may have a few opportunities that you would like to get involved in. All Staff The […]
8th June 2023
One of the Senior Leadership Team’s actions for this year was to review and implement a communication strategy. We already have an Internal Communication Protocol which has a focus on significant staff announcements and the use of the all-staff email function. This additional Communications Policy and Guidance relates to all staff. It builds on that […]
10th January 2023
I was pleased to be able to share with you all our Ten Year Plan during the autumn. In the plan we have taken stock of our post pandemic situation and set out how this charity can move forward into the future. If you haven’t done so already or if you are new to […]
21st July 2022
The marketing department have been creating reports on what we are doing to promote the FSC each month to engage with existing and potential customers.
24th June 2022
As staff at Field Studies Council we are always looking for bright fun and impactful ways to engage people with nature. In Publications this month our newest idea has been inspired by the vibrant illustrations from our recent guide: Jellyfish and their Allies.
20th April 2022
The Nature Friendly Schools project partnership included some of the UK’s leading outdoor learning and mental health and wellbeing organisations. Read about the Four things Project Officer Sam Thurston learned during his time on the project.
12th January 2022
Updated: Jan 12th with tax relief information