Explore the wetlands and its wildlife throughout the year, using our self-guided resources. In winter, learn about migratory birds at our daily wild swan feeds and witness thousands of swans, ducks and waders on the reserve. In summer, investigate different ecosystems by using our equipment to go pond dipping, bug hunting and bird watching.
Keeping you and your learners safe
We have been busy over the last few months ensuring that all learning visits are Covid-compliant. We have always taken pride in our personal approach and we will work directly with you to ensure that your safety needs are met and any concerns addressed.
Should you be unable to visit due to Coronavirus, we will allow you to re-book or cancel free of charge.
As well as taking part in a guided session there will be plenty of time for your group to explore the Centre. In order to make best use of this time, we have developed a range of self-guided resources which you can use to help extend your group’s learning.
What teachers say
"Our visit was worth every penny. It sparked a curiosity in the children which led them to go off and do their own research. What a great experience."
All our prices include full access to our centre for the day, so you and your pupils can enjoy all that we have to offer.
|Session type||Pre-school||Recption to KS2||KS3 to KS4||KS5+||Adult|
|Full day admission without a learning session (self guided visit):||£3.45||£3.45||£3.45||£5.30||£6.90|
Free adult ratios
We offer free entry to adults within the following ratios, and free entry to all essential carers.
1:2 - Pre-school
1:5 - Reception & Key Stage 1
1:10 - Key Stage 2
1:15 - Key Stage 3 +
Minimum numbers of pupils
We have a max number of 50 pupils per visit.
Extra equipment available
In addition to the self-guided resources provided at other Centres, we have a range of equipment that schools are free to use during their visit. This includes binoculars, microscopes, bug pots, magnifying glasses, and FSC identification guides.
Do your learners want to take home a keepsake? We have plenty of fun items for sale from 50p upwards.
Daily swan feeds
There are swan feeds with a live commentary at 12noon. These are open to the general public but schools are welcomed. The swan feeds take place daily, Jan-early March.
Explore the further reaches of the reserve (June and July) and look for wild flowers, insects such as bees, butterflies and dragonflies, and birds such as warblers and cuckoos.
Get in touch
Speak to one of our Learning team today at WWT Welney to book your visit or find out further details.