We offer a range of interactive, engaging and educational workshops specifically designed for KS2 ability students. The sessions are 40 minutes and 70 minutes for a working scientifically session. These both include time for exploring the classroom and hand washing afterwards.
Please click on the workshops below to find out more about session content and curriculum links.
Identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment in different ways and that adaptation may lead to evolution.
This is a fun, interactive session for KS2 pupils and is all about animals!
In this session, pupils find out why wildlife is so important and the ways in which people might impact on it.
Pupils will discover the life cycles of mammals, amphibians, insects and birds.
This session reinforces knowledge of conditions in the rainforest. It also looks at the layers in the rainforest with a focus on which animals would be best suited to each layer.
Why are animals different ?
This 70 minute session asks students to complete a variety of hands on activities that enable them to work out for themselves how skeletons and muscles are useful.
In this 70 minute session pupils use real animal artefacts and live animals to look at how animals are different. They use their science skills to accurately collect data about the animals. We then play a game that illustrates why it is useful for animals to be different.
On Wednesday the 13th of January 2016 Fernhurst Primary School Year-5 went to Marwell Zoo for a school trip.We got there on an AMK Bus ,it took us about an hour to get there.My favourite part was looking at the Giraffes because it is amazing to see how big they actually… Read full reviewJoe, 21st January 2016