Mottistone and Brook are adjacent villages tucked away in the south west corner of the Isle of Wight some 8 miles from Newport in the centre. It is home to Mottistone Manor, managed by the National Trust, and the Island's only megalithic monument The Longstone nearby, which was used as a meeting place in Anglo-Saxon times.
Brook is on the coast and is famous for its fossil-laden cliffs, beaches and fields, with a chine leading down to Brook Bay - a relatively secluded sand and pebble beach. The writer J B Priestley lived in Brook.
The following Mottistone & Brook educational resources are FREE to use when you book your trip with Education Destination. Some include pre or post-visit classroom work, others are on-site activities. All are accompanied by detailed Teacher Notes and some even have sample lesson plans!
Prepared by our expert team of teachers with local Island knowledge, each resource addresses a specific National Curriculum topic. Click on any image for full details.