Key stage 3
Motivate your students with an inspiring visit to Wild Place that will challenge their preconceptions, develop teambuilding and communication skills, and engage them with environmental issues.
Our hands-on sessions take place in the great outdoors, often near animal exhibits. We recommend warm clothing and sturdy footwear!
‘Great day out- great mix of fun/physical and knowledge of nature.’ -
Wild about Wolves
Exploring our exciting Bear Wood exhibit, students learn the truth about wolves, discover why wolves howl and find their pack by smell alone. Through a series of games, students also learn about wolf adaptation and take part in the predator-prey challenge!
Key Stage 3 Science:
- 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
Biology - Interactions and interdependencies
Relationships in an ecosystem, Genetics and evolution - Variation, natural selection, changes in the environment, extinction, biodiversity.
locational knowledge, place knowledge, human and physical geography.
Kick off the academic year on the right foot, with a series of teambuilding challenges for your group that will help develop positive relationships, build social and communication skills and grow confidence!
Which team will be the first across the ‘river’, stepping only on ‘rocks’?! And which team can make the best mini-raft? Please note activities are subject to change depending on the age and ability of the group.
- Develop teamwork and communication
- Physical challenges
- Develop resilience
Take part in outdoor and adventurous activities which present intellectual and physical challenges and be encouraged to work in a team, building on trust and developing skills to solve problems, either individually or as a group.
Using Madagascar as a case-study, students explore the unique biodiversity of the world’s fourth-largest island and explore issues relating to deforestation. The session may include an immersive trail through a Madagascan village.
How to book
If you are keen to visit with your class, please email us at email@example.com, or call us on 0117 428 5600.