Learning sessions

Bring your curriculum to life and improve learner wellbeing through our hands-on learning sessions.

Designed to promote learning through exploration and discovery, our curriculum-linked learning sessions make the most of the fantastic wildlife and outdoor environments at our centres and are suitable for a range of ages and abilities.

Our wellbeing sessions use mindfulness, storytelling and sensory approaches to improve children’s wellbeing whilst inspiring a love of nature.

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Learning sessions for Early Years

Minibeast Safari

Key question: Which minibeasts live in a pond and on land?

Session length: 1 or 2 hours

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Pond Detectives

Key question: What lives in a Pond?

Session length: 30 mins or 1 hour

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Birds, beaks and feeding techniques

Key question: How do birds find and eat different foods?

Session length: 30 mins

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Santa Session ‐ Birds, beaks and feeding techniques

Key question: How are birds adapted to find and eat different foods?

Session length: 1 hour

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Wetland Wonders

Key question: How can we use our senses to explore wetland wildlife?

Session length: 30 mins or 1 hour

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Curriculum links

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Learning sessions for Key Stage 1

Amazing Migration

Key question: How and why do birds migrate?

Session length: 1 hour

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Birds, beaks and feeding techniques

Key question: How do birds find and eat different foods?

Session length: 30 mins

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Brilliant Bird Adaptions

Key question: What are the differences between birds?

Session length: 1 hour

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Minibeast Safari

Key question: Which minibeasts live in a pond and on land?

Session length: 1 or 2 hours

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Plastic Planet

Key question: Which everyday objects are made from plastic and why is this a problem? 

Session length: 1 hour

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Pond Detectives

Key question: What lives in a pond?

Session length: 30 mins or 1 hour

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Santa Session - Birds, beaks and feeding techniques

Key question: How are birds adapted to find and eat different foods?

Session length: 1 hour

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Wetland Wonders

Key question: How can we use our senses to explore wetland wildlife?

Session length: 30 mins or 1 hour

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Curriculum links

View the full range of curriculum links for the available sessions.

Learning sessions for Key Stage 2

Amazing Migration

Key question: How and why do birds migrate?

Session length: 1 hour

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Brilliant Bird Adaptions

Key question: How are different birds adapted to their habitat?

Session length: 1 hour

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Climate Change Champions

Key question: How are wetlands affected by climate change and how do they help lessen the impact?

Session length: 1 hour

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Minibeast Safari

Key question: How are invertebrates adapted to life in water and on land?

Session length: 1 or 2 hours

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Plastic Planet

Key question: How does plastic pollution affect wetlands and what can we do about it?

Session length: 1 hour

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Pond detectives

Key question: Various available (see session description)

Session length: 30 mins or 1 hour

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Curriculum links

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Learning sessions for Key Stage 3

Climate Change Champions

Key question: How are wetlands affected by climate change and how do they help lessen the impact?

Session length: 1 hour

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Plastic Planet

Key question: How does plastic pollution affect organisms and the environment and what can we do to help?

Session length: 1 hour

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Environmental change in freshwater ecosystems

Key question: What effects do humans have on freshwater habitats and how can these be measured?

Session length: 1 hour

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Wetland conservation in action

Key question: How do we protect wetlands and their wildlife?

Session length: 1 hour

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Curriculum links

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Learning sessions for Key Stage 4

We recognise that at KS4 and above there are a number of different syllabuses followed. Therefore, we can tailor a programme to meet your individual requirements. Please contact us to find out more.

Environmental change in freshwater ecosystems

Key question: What effects do humans have on freshwater habitats and how can these be measured?

Session length: 1 hour

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Wetland conservation in action

Key question: How do we protect wetlands and their wildlife?

Session length: 1 hour

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Learning sessions for Further / Higher education

We recognise that at KS4 and above there are a number of different syllabuses followed. Therefore, we can tailor a programme to meet your individual requirements. Please contact us to find out more.

Environmental change in freshwater ecosystems

Key question: What effects do humans have on freshwater habitats and how can these be measured?

Session length: 1 hour

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Wetland conservation in action

Key question: How do we protect wetlands and their wildlife?

Session length: 1 hour

View session description

Learning sessions for SEN

Our experienced learning team are usually able to tailor our existing sessions to meet your needs. Please search for the age range appropriate to the ability of your learners, find a session you’re interested in and contact us to find out how we might be able to adapt the content to make it work for you and your learners.

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Speak to one of our learning team today at WWT Arundel to book your visit or find out further details.