Key Stage 1

Inspire your class with an active session designed to engage pupils with the natural world, develop their communication and social skills, and enrich their learning.

Our hands-on sessions take place in the great outdoors, often near animal exhibits. We recommend warm clothing and sturdy footwear!

‘Absolutely brilliant - thank you!’  - Trinity Primary School

‘Thank you again - simply superb.’ - West Pennard School

‚Äč‘As a teacher, I also learnt loads! Will really help our learning this term - thank you.’ - St Anne’s CE School  



Wildly Creative

Pupils explore colours, patterns and textures in nature, using the natural materials around them to create a variety of seasonal art.

  • Uses a range of senses in physical activities and challenges.
  • Use a range of natural materials creatively.
  • Produce art work considering colour, pattern, texture, shape, form and space.

Key Stage 1 Art: Use materials creatively. Develop and share ideas, experiences and imagination.
PE: Extend agility, balance and co-ordination. Co-operative physical activities.

African Safari

Visit our African village and discover real African animals including giraffes, zebras and cheetahs.  Through outdoor activities such as games and a team trail, find out how animals live in the grassland, how they rely on each other for survival and the threats to this delicate balance.

  • Adaptations of savannah animals
  • Savannah food chains
  • Threats to African wildlife and conservation methods.
Key Stage 1 Science: Animals, living things and their habitats.
Using their observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions.
Identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores

Wild about Wolves

Learn the truth about wolves, discover why wolves howl and find your ‘pack’ by smell alone.   Through a series of games, your group will find out about wolf adaptation and take part in the predator-prey challenge!

  • Know some facts about wolves (adaptations & behaviour)
  • Describe why wolves & other animals became extinct in the UK
  • Suggest how to preserve remaining forests in the UK
Key Stage 1 Science: Animals, living things and their habitats.

How to book

If you are keen to visit with your class, please email us at edubookings@wildplace.org.uk, or call us on 0117 428 5600.

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