Conservation

school trip conservation is part of the key stage 2 curriculum, pupils will get to learn and understand the reasons why animals and plants are at threat, learn locations of thier habitats on a map and types of animal species, flora and forna and how they are naturally distributed in the environment around them. At UK school trips we have a great selection of venues that cover this topic for your conservation school trip and educational visit. So book your school trip now!


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Castle Head Field Centre is located in south Cumbria between the coast of Morecambe Bay and the Lake District National Park. At the centre they can tailor make courses to suit your students key-stage educational needs.
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Dale Fort is set in a spectacular location high on the cliffs within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, perfect for school students and educational groups to experience coastal studies and for accessing Skomer Island with its renowned sea birds.
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Explorer Dome brings science to life with engaging workshops that cover aspects of physics, chemistry, biology and environmental science. These workshops are specifically designed to enhance scientific learning and increase interest in these subjects!
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West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park Bewdley offers curriculum-linked hands-on activities in a purpose-built Safari Academy for schools. The education team has 40 years’ experience of many species of animals welfare and conservation issues.
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