Get outdoors with this hands on creative project about habitats!
Habitats for Life is a creative hands-on outdoor day for pupils to explore habitats and develop their understanding of how plants and animals are adapted to their surroundings.
This interactive session will involve an investigation of the different types of habitat which exist within the school grounds. Pupils will explore different scientific recording methods to compare different micro-habitats and species. They will also have the opportunity to create their own mini habitats, such as a beetle bucket or ladybird sanctuary.
Please note, this project is best suited for the Autumn and Summer Terms, due to the lifecycle of insects. It is designed to be delivered to one class of 30 pupils over the course of one day. However, it can be adapted to accomodate 2 classes of children, with each class particpating in half a day of activity.
For further information, including how to book, please see the Habitats for Life Flyer.