When Jack Trelawny visits schools, he tells the children that he gets his ideas from finding things out about the real world.
The more he finds out about the real world, the more ideas he has for his stories. This can be used in reverse for school work.
The stories can be used as a stimulus for the children's interest in finding out about the real world, and teachers have told us one way of doing this is the pre- and post-visit projects based on the Kernowland in Erthwurld themes.
Examples of themes from the Kernowland in Erthwurld books which have been used as the basis for class or whole-school projects are: