Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) Outdoor Learning School Trips London
WWT London Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes, London, , SW13 9WT
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Day Trip Destinations | Environmental Studies | Zoos | Wildlife and Nature Reserves | Special Educational Needs (SEN) | Technology | Safety Awareness | Picnic Areas | Outdoor Education | Indoor Activity & Soft Play Centres | Ecology & Green Awareness | Field Studies | Environment Centres | Animal Welfare | Science | Mathematics | Geography | Conservation
What we offer
We welcome school groups of all sizes, all year round. Whether you are looking for a hands-on exploratory investigation into wetland life and habitats, or wanting to understand the survival and conservation of wetland species, we offer a unique combination of guided and self-guided learning sessions suited to a wide range of ages and abilities.
To find out more or make a booking, please contact our Learning team on 020 8409 4419 or via email
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What makes us a great choice?
We are the UK's leading wetland conservation organization. Since 1946, over 2.2 million pupils have visited our wetlands sites. One of the UK's leading providers of learning outside the classroom, learners become immersed in a unique environment, coming face to face with the unexpected, exploring wetland habitats hands-on.
Accreditation and Awards
Yes - WWT London is LOtC Quality Badge accredited.
What is typically included?
An education visit package includes:
- A hands-on guided learning session outdoors offered to Early Years, KS1-4, A? Level, University and/or Post-Graduate
- A full day's entry to one of our wetland centres
- Access to our adventure play areas and shop
- Binocular hire, spotter sheets and maps
- Bag storage, lunch spaces and coach parking
- Pre and post visit learning resources
- Safety information for risk assessments
- Free familiarization visits for group leaders
Group Sizes Catered For
All sizes but maximum 250 pupils per day
Materials, Resources & Information Provided
As per above. These can be found at: http://www.wwt.org.uk/learn/learn-at-london/resources/
Photography, Filming & Audio Restrictions
Yes, we are happy, as long as they have obtained consent.
Education Officer Information
Yes, our venue has several learning staff. We have a Learning Manager, Paul Lawston, firstname.lastname@example.org, and learning officers, plus a bookings officer, Naomi Landy, email@example.com. We also have a general education email at WWT London, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our costs can be found at: http://www.wwt.org.uk/learn/learn-at-london/our-prices/
These costs will change in January 2017, including the free school visit offer.
We have a FAQs page on our website: http://www.wwt.org.uk/learn/frequently-asked-questions/
We can adapt to the weather. However, we do ask every class to come prepared for all weathers as our visits are predominantly outside.
First Aid Information
We have first aid on site but we recommend schools to bring a first aid kit and qualified first aider with them too.
As per above: Adventure play areas, shop, bag areas/storage, lunch spaces, coach parking.
Accessibility & Disabled Facilities
WWT London is suitable for SEND groups and SEND individuals. We ask groups to let us know about SEND pupils when booking a trip in order for us to cater to their needs as best as possible.
Opening Hours & Information
We're open from 9.30am everyday, 364 days a year, with seasonal closing times.
?It was pitched perfectly for our children and they haven?t stopped talking about the day.? Primary school teacher
?We had a brilliant time, so many learning opportunities were provided that can?t be recreated in school, thank you.?