Habitat Studies: Woodland, Grassland, Reedbed and Pond
Single Habitats can be Studied or Two Activity Sessions used to Compare Different Habitats
Identifying plants, looking for mini-beasts, pond dipping or sweep-netting in long grass.
Making food chains linking the plants and animals in a habitat.
- Science All key stages: Investigative skills, Life processes, Humans and other animals, Green plants, Variation and classification, Living things in their environment.
- Geography All key stages: Knowledge and understanding of places, Environmental change and sustainable development.
- PSHE and Citizenship All key stages: Preparing to play an active role as citizens, knowledge and understanding about becoming informed citizens.
For further information about the centre, its school visits programme and the Trust’s after-school wildlife club for 8 to 12-year-olds — the Kestrel Club — contact:
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List of School Activities & Visits Programmes