We’re excited to be working with Pawprint Family to offer an accessible badge, activity pack and printable resources for use in schools, youth groups, home education and to help you discover the Countryside Code and the key messaging of Respect, Protect, Enjoy. There are also 3 free resources to print and use including a handy flashcard set for the signs and symbols of the Countryside Code to attach to yore. The free challenge pack, available to download from the Pawprint Family website, brings you 40+ activity ideas to our bag on your next adventure outdoors!
Find out more and head over to the Pawprint Family website by clicking here.
A fun engaging leaflet to encourage young people to go out and explore the outdoors and complete our fun trail tasks to test your knowledge of the Countryside Code.
Tasks include – a scavenger hunt, spotting signs and symbols in the outdoors and questions to check your knowledge of the Code.
Choose one of Shaun the Sheep's favourite Countryside Code walks
Get outside and explore the countryside on one of Shaun’s favourite walks.
Ranging from 1.5 miles to 3 miles long there are walks across the country to choose from.
From the South Downs to the Lake District, Pembrokeshire to Northumberland, visit the Ordnance Survey’s Get Outside website to browse the family-friendly walks.
We are delighted to have been able to work with Debbie North to produce these autism friendly versions of the Countryside Code. You can download a number of versions covering both rural and urban areas as PDFs:
If you would like to use any of the Countryside Code and Shaun the Sheep assets in projects please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss your plans.
Natural England, Macmillan Children’s Books and the Marine Management Organisation are offering inspiration for fun days out at the coast with an activity booklet for children aged 4-8, inspired by the family-favourite story of The Snail & The Whale.
This free booklet contains activities, puzzles and fun facts – everything you need to enjoy a day out exploring the coast.
Visit the Snail and the Whale page to find out more and to download the booklet.
Watch this great video of handy tips from the pupils at Grasmere School.
Credit: Grasmere School @grasmereschool
Watch as young rangers from the Yorkshire Land Network stumble across some common mistakes visitors make during their stay and what advice they give to make everyone’s countryside a cleaner and safer location.