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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Hulls award winning aquarium, The Deep is home to over 5000 animals including critically endangered green sawfish (the only pair in the UK), sharks, rays and turtles. Not forgetting an array of invertebrates and a colony of Gentoo penguins!
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Tours can be tailored to the curriculum about a range of topics surrounding primate welfare &conservation. Enjoy enrichment days where groups can help make items used in the enclosures and learn about the importance of primate care and stimulation.
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All Things Wild has a range of educational packages linked to the National Curriculum. Your school visit can be tailored to meet your needs; from self-led visits, to a range of activities such as animal encounters and educational activity workshops.
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The Residential Activity Centre provides pupils with an unforgettable school trip adventure experience! With over 30 activities to choose from on both land and water, and a team of highly skilled staff, it's not surprising that this venue is so popular!
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Magdalen Farm provides engaging, stimulating and exciting Residential School Trips, where students have the opportunity to learn through real outdoor adventures.
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Middleport Pottery is the last remaining working Victorian pottery in the country. Here, students have the opportunity to walk inside the sole surviving bottle kiln and explore our original steam engine in motion.
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Wildlife park for British animals only, past & present, set in an ancient coppiced woodland. The education team uses both the animal collection (including wolves, lynx, owls, deer, wild boar, bison, badgers, elk & reindeer) & the woodland for teaching.
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ZSL Whipsnade Zoo is the largest zoo in the UK, housing some of rarest and most extraordinary animals on the planet! Students can enjoy either immersive exhibits, such as In with the Lemurs, or simply explore the wonderful wildlife around them.
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Our guided tours teach childrenin an educational but fun way about animals and birds. We cover habitats, baby animals, colours, caring for animals, eating habits and much more. Tours can be tailored to suit subjects related to the national curriculum.
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Bocketts Farm Park is situated within the stunning countryside and offers students the opportunity to experience farm life in detail. Students can watch the pig race, ride on a tractor, cuddle with the rabbits and also feed many of the animals.
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Green Park Centre nestles at the foot of the Chilterns, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in Buckinghamshire providing inspirational outdoor adventure through its wide range of adventurous land based activities.
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Here at Blue Reef Aquarium Newquay, students can explore 40 naturally-themed underwater habitats, transporting you and your class from the Cornish coast to the exotic seas.
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