The Workshops:

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1
Environment Explorers
Pond Life
Minibeast Safari


Key Stage 1

Litter Bugs
Materials
Paper Makers
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Plant Life
Key Stage 2
All Levels (Years 3 – 6)
Classifying Pondlife
Classifying Minibeasts
Wildflowers
Recycling
Habitats
Seed Dispersal
Paper STIXX Construction
Recycled Paper Making
Materials
Cosy Homes
Rocks and Weathering
Soils and Soilmakers
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Years 5 and 6
Earth, Sun and Moon
Body Shapes
Food Chains

Key stage 3 and 4
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About the workshops:
• All our workshops involve investigation and include recording of results where applicable.
• We facilitate the workshops, but supervision and health and safety remains the schoolteacher’s responsibility, we    request that you bring enough adults for the adequate supervision of the children. We request that you bring a    minimum of 4 adults for a KS1 class and a minimum of 3 adults per class for KS2. If your class has less than 15    pupils, a minimum of 2 adults per class is sufficient.
• Almost all classes will go out into the park. Please ensure the children are equipped with footwear appropriate for a    woodland environment and a coat/jacket with a hood in damp or wet weather or a headcovering in very hot weather.

Special Educational Needs:
We welcome children with special needs (both Special Needs classes and individual children) and can adapt any of our workshops to suit your class. The Soanes Centre and its large pond are wheelchair accessible, as are the main paths in the park. If your class includes children with individual SEN it is helpful for us if you can tell at the time of booking but it is important to tell us before the start of the class itself!

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Ernest Cook