Available on the following dates:
|28th February 2020||15th May 2020||14th September 2020|
|20th March 2020||18th June 2020||12th October 2020|
|24th April 2020||8th July 2020|
For additional dates please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Interactive Adaptation Trail’ is a new way for your key stage 1 group to visit as much of the zoo as possible whilst still engaging in an interactive learning experience with our Learning team.
As a class teacher, you will be provided with a map route around the zoo that will allow your class to see as much of the zoo as possible. At three predetermined animal enclosures, you will meet your Learning officer for a short interactive activity. Join us for demonstrations, obstacle courses and the chance to investigate objects from the natural world!
Each of these activities will last about 10 minutes and will be run just for your class when you arrive. So that you can make your way around at your own pace, the interactive activities are designed to be drop-ins so there is no set time for you to arrive, just a time frame when the activities will be running. If another group is already with the Learning Officer, your group can use this time to watch the animals in the enclosure—there won’t be long to wait.
Learning Space: Outdoors at the Asian Elephant, African hunting dog and penguin enclosures
|Age group: KS1 (5-7 years)||Duration: 3 separate 10 minute activities throughout your day||Capacity: 35 pupils||Outdoor Sessions|
Intended learning outcomes:
Students will be able to:
- Describe what a habitat is
- Gain an understanding that different animals live in different habitats
- Be able to name some different animals that are herbivores and carnivores
- Name some features that make an animal suited to its habitat
National Curriculum links:
|KS1 Science||Working Scientifically||
|Living things and their habitats||
|Animals, including humans||
Additional teaching resources:
- Support your students' learning before, during and after your visit with our online teaching resources.