Robin Hill Country Park is a perfect place to investigate various aspects of leisure and tourism as featured in the case studies / investigations that form part of the various exam boardsâ€™ specifications for GCSE and BTEC Nationals. Situated in a central and rural location, there are multiple opportunities for research here (as well as in combination with Robin Hillâ€™s sister theme park Blackgang Chine) on the Isle of Wight. This is an information sheet that highlights the opportunities available.
This information resource is for key stage 4 students who are studying Leisure and Tourism GCSE for any of the following boards: AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CCEA or WJEC, and those studying Travel & Tourism in Scotland for the national qualifications. The resource is a brief introduction to the opportunities for students at the Robin Hill Country Park. By prior arrangement, students are able to visit the park to study and investigate all aspects of a tourist attraction and how it operates as a business. There are opportunities to understand how the local attractions interlink with the Isle of Wightâ€™s tourism industry and what impact they have on the community.