Living World learning experiences
Your young people will work scientifically on a’Biodiversity Challenge’ to survey species, habitats and species interactions in a forest ecosystem.
They will make predictions – observe, identify and classify – problem solve and think critically – before working as a class to formulate their conclusions and discuss what they have discovered.
They will leave eager to learn more, and motivated and empowered to protect theirlocal biodiversity.
Download a session overview:
Curriculum: Upper Key Stage 2
Capacity: Up to 40 pupils per day
Timings: 10am – 2pm
Cost: £10 per child; minimum £250 per session
10:00 Arrive at Earth Trust Centre and settle in
10:30 Intro and biodiversity challenge
12:00 Lunch at Earth Lab
12:45 Group analysis and Plenary
14:00 Collect bags and depart
Get in touch
For more information and to tailor your activities to the age and interest of your class please get in touch.
Email the team at [email protected] or call us on 01865 407792