Wild Learning

If you want to get your students engaged and motivated, then we’ve got the School Workshop for you. Wild Learning provides students with the opportunity to appreciate nature and the outdoor environment. 

Wild Learning Workshops take can place either outside or in an indoor environment, taking pupils on an adventure that will be enjoyed by all. Regardless of age or ability, these workshops give students the chance to explore the wild world in a way they may have never done before. The professional staff and range of activities will inspire and also challenge students, encouraging them to push boundaries and try new experiences. 

But Wild Learning Workshops do not only provide fun experiences, they are also highly educational. All of our workshops are carried out in a safe environment, where students can explore the natural surroundings, take part in various activities, improve their communication skills and also build upon their confidence and self-esteem. These are qualities that your students will come to rely upon throughout their higher education and into the future. And these aren’t the only benefits… Wild Learning activities encourage pupils to enjoy themselves and have a positive attitude towards their learning. 

So if you want to take your class on an unforgettable outdoor adventure, Wild Learning Workshops might just be the learning experience for you. 


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By choosing a Muddy Puddles Workshop, your students will be given the opportunity to get up close with many different animals, from Shetland ponies and pygmy goats to rabbits and guinea pigs!
paultons-park
Home to 70 rides and attractions, and set in over 140 acres of beautiful gardens, Paultons is the ideal venue for an exciting and stimulating school visit. New for 2020, visit Tornado Springs – with 8 thrilling rides and attractions (opens 19th May).
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The professional staff and marine rangers behind the Aqua Explorer Workshop deliver engaging hands-on activities where students can get close and personal with rock pool species, such as mussels and crabs.
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