Wildlife Parks

School Trip Wildlife Parks are the ideal trip for any class studying animals, providing an unforgettable and educational experience. The wide variety of captivating animals and skilled zoo keepers, who are always available to answer questions, means that these trips are particularly suited to those who are studying animal care. Students can fully immerse themselves into the lives of the animals – exploring the beautiful residents of the zoo and discovering attractions such as the Reptile House. These parks offer students a range of guided tours, which increases understanding of adaption in animals and their various habitats. Other pupils and students may decide however, that they want to study animals in more detail, using indoor workshops to examine teeth, skeletons, etc. These Wildlife Parks offer something for all key stages!  (key stage 1 to 4) While younger children may be fascinated by discovering the numerous habitats and animals, higher education pupils and students may choose to endorse on a more challenging programme, in which they will develop their knowledge of ecology using ecological statistics. These Parks provide pupils and students with an opportunity to absorb knowledge in a completely different way from classroom learning. The new experiences and surroundings are what engages the interests of the pupils’ and ensures that they have fun whilst they learn.    

Here at UK School Trips we want to provide you with some quality venues, workshops and tours that can provide excellent interactive hands on experiences all about educational wildlife care and animal management, see our options listed below.


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RSPB Old Moor Nature Reserve is home to a wealth of wildlife, including ducks, geese and swans! Here, students can explore different habitats and study animals in their natural environment.
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Conwy Nature Reserve is an exciting outdoor school trip destination, where students can carry out investigative fieldwork, take part in experience led programmes and discover a wide range of wildlife.
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With teaching ponds, minibeast meadows and a range of habitats, RSPB Sandwell Valley Nature Reserve delivers unforgettable educational experiences that will leave students with a motivation for learning.
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Based in the New Forest (National Park), you will find Europe’s largest collection of otters, owls, deer, badgers, lynx, mink, polecats, foxes, Scottish wildcats, pine martens, wallabies, wild boar, wolves & many more species of indigenous wildlife.
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Here at The Isle of Wight Zoo, your class will experience unique learning sessions where students can study all areas of the curriculum, whether its biological sciences or our award-winning conservation work.
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RSPB Medmerry, Pagham and Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserves provide educational day trips with a wide variety of curriculum that suits all students, from primary school to A-Level.
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Inspire your class with a school trip to the fabulous RSPB Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve! Here, the safe and engaging environment will allow your students to get closer to nature.
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Situated on the edge of Fairhaven Lake, RSPB Fairhaven provides your school trip or educational group with a fun, interactive hands-on learning experience for students of all ages and abilities interlinked to the national curriculum.

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With pond dipping platforms, a visitor centre, a boardwalk and much much more, RSPB Fairburn Ings makes for an immersive and stimulating school trip experience.
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RSPB Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve is the perfect learning environment for any classes or educational groups who want to explore an abundance of wildlife and natural habitats.
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RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve provides environmental school trips for students of all ages and abilities.
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RSPB Saltholme Nature Reserve provides fun school trip experiences where students can explore nature and take part in various outdoor activities.
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