All of the animals will be chosen for the age range of your children.
Each work shop is per class with a max of 30 children for the full hands on experience.
For children with special educational needs we recommend the groups to be a smaller (depending on the needs of the children)
Caring for pets
Meet some cute and cuddly pets
and find out how they should be looked after.
Teaching basic husbandry and pet responsibility.
Discover animals from all over the world and find out how they have adapted to live in thier different environments.
Explains how we put animals into groups and shows the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates.
Find out what it means to be an endangered animal and why so many animals face extinction.
Circle of life
Meet some baby animals!! See the differences between animal life cycles and how they develop and change.
Out of eggs
Meet some baby animals with a difference they are all out of eggs
I also bring some eggs so you can guess who came from which egg.
Lets children discover what it's really like to go to a rainforest, venture through the layers and encounter the animals that live there.
Day and night
Why do some animals come out at night? Lets look at nocturnal and diurnal animals and see how they are different.
Lets focus just on noctural animals and see how they live -
GREAT FOR YEAR 2 SATS!!
Percy the park keeper
Meet the animals that percy looks after in his park and find out what makes them so special.
including rabbits, owls and even hedgehogs.
Take a walk through the woods today and you will be in for a great surprise! Meet real woodland animals in your classroom.
Give children the chance to explore their five senses and compare them to those of the animals
- A REAL HANDS ON EXPERIENCE!!
Explains how we put animals into groups and explore a selection of tropical invertebrates.
Out of Africa
Lets look at the smaller animals that inhabit Africa - sorry no elephant or lions in the classroom!!
New topics for 2020 on news page!
All workshops are hands on so everyone gets the chance to get close up and personal with the animals if they want to.