Cathy Gorman Mon 19 Apr 2021
Starting in May 2021, we are offering three new species based workshops for pupils from P4 – P7 (Key stage two).
- Barn Owls
- Red squirrels
These are iconic and much-loved native species that Ulster Wildlife are currently working to conserve and protect because each one is now recognized as endangered in Northern Ireland.
Take part in one or all of these interactive workshops to learn all about these amazing local creatures, what is threatening their future and how we can each do our part to help them survive and thrive. Curriculum links to ‘The world around us’.
Each online workshop lasts an hour and a half, and costs £75 per class (Approx. 30 pupils)
Full instructions and resources for all activities and games will be emailed prior to the zoom session talk.
In due course, following Government guidelines on Covid 19, we hope to deliver a guide led version of the workshops at your school. The cost of this workshop will be £95 per class (mileage included).
This workshop includes an online zoom talk on Barn owls with time for questions and answers, an investigation of feathers, fun, active, outdoor learning games and a thought provoking activity which looks at the development of our countryside over time. Follow up activities are provided.
This workshop includes an online zoom talk on hedgehogs with time for questions and answers, an outdoor survey for pupils to complete around the school grounds leading to the development of an action plan for helping hedgehogs. The session also includes simple hedgehog craft and fun, active, outdoor learning games. Follow up activities are provided.
This workshop includes an online zoom talk on Red squirrels with time for questions and answers, followed by fun, active, outdoor learning games and indoor/outdoor craft activities based on Red squirrels. Follow up activities are provided.
Please email the address below for more information or to book a session:
or Phone: 07703 673219