Key Stage 2
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!
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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 2 Art: Use materials with creativity and experimentation. Sculpture with a range of materials.
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 2 Science: Recognise that environments can change and that this can sometimes pose dangers to living things.
Construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey.
Identify how animals are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution
PSHE: Living in the wider world.
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!
Key Stage 2 Geography:
- 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
Locational knowledge, human and physical geography.
Key Stage 2 Science:
animals, living things and their habitats, evolution and inheritance.
Take part in a series of teambuilding challenges for your group that will help develop positive relationships, build social and communication skills and grow confidence! Activities subject to change depending on the age group and season.
- Develop teamwork and communication
- Physical challenges
- Develop resilience
Health and Wellbeing, Relationships, living in the wider world
Enjoy communicating, collaborating and competing with each other.
In our Madagascar schoolhouse, next to the lemurs and goats, pupils discover the unique species of the world’s fourth largest island, and play the deforestation game. Then they explore a Madagascan village, solving clues in an interactive trail.
- Identify Madagascar location, habitats and some animals
- Describe causes of habitat destruction and why some species are endangered
- Suggest why it is important to conserve habitat in Madagascar and at home
Introducing classification with a range of animal artefacts and an engaging detective hunt exploring the features of different vertebrates.
- Group animals according to their similarities
- Find out key features of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish
- Recognise some features of invertebrates
How to book
If you are keen to visit with your class, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on 0117 428 5600.