Animal School Visits Doncaster and Nearby Areas

Animal Club provides animal school visits Doncaster. Our knowledgeable ranger will visit you along with a variety of wonderful creatures. Insects, rainforest, life cycle, evolution are just a some of the topics on offer. Animal Club visit offers workshops to suit the National Science Curriculum for all key strategies.

Also, a workshop from the Animal Club can be booked to enhance the learning in other subjects. For example, a visit from other species can help to be Animal school visits, Doncaster pupils holding stick insects creative when doing both fiction and non-fiction in English. Geography is another subject where an animal workshop can inspire and ignite learners interest. In addition, animal therapy is proven to help learners with emotional and behavioural difficulties or even to boots working morale in large groups.

Animal school visits Doncaster and nearby offered to the early years, foundation, KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4. We also deliver workshops and therapy session to special schools and inclusion units. We can assist Cubs in gaining the Animal Carer Activity Badge and Beavers the Animal Friend Badge by providing a workshop on keeping pets and working with rescue animals.

Booking Book Animal Club

Animal school visits Doncaster and nearby areas is simple to book. Simply send the Animal Club your enquiry via our webpage or email to enquiries@animal-club.co.uk. You can also call on0114 32 90 851 .The price information can is on our booking page, please check here. The duration of our visits ranges from 1 hour to a full day. To make your booking easier, you can download the Risk Assessment and Letter to Parents Template from our website.

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A school will typically book a workshop visit for a morning session 9-12 am or a full day one. The choice depends on the number of year groups scheduled to participate.

For example, a Rainforest topic themed activities in Y1 classes. For in a school with two or three a morning visit (9-12) would be sufficient. Many schools have a whole morning rotating activities such as math, English and crafts. On such topic, related activity day animal school visits Doncaster would be one of the central attractions. During our visit, we would run two or three workshops where the pupils can receive information relevant to the topic of the day as well as have a personal encounter with a range of our wonderful creatures under the supervision of the ranger.