We offer a range of interactive and engaging 40MIN educational workshops designed to match the A-LEVEL and vocational curriculum requirements.
Longer half day conferences are also available for a more comprehensive educational experience.
Please click on the workshop or conference links below to find out more about session content and curriculum links.
Develop observational skills by carrying out a pilot study on live rats; this method can then be used to independently study animals in the zoo.
Discover the role of a modern zoo in conserving species and their habitat.
Practice key skills and learn about the importance of a systematic approach when classifying organisms.
Develop key skills by carrying out an observational study on live animals and reflecting on how best to collect reliable data.
Explore the methods used to monitor and protect some of the most threatened species.
Use the cheetah as a case study for this role play, considering different conservation strategies and their impact.
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