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For Paws Animal Shows


Passionate about Education & Learning

Science, Geography, Environmental Science, Art

"Excellent! Brilliant knowledge & confident in delivery. Really impressed with Eileen & how good she was. By far the BEST we've had in!"

Whickham School

EYFS Our workshops for younger audiences are 45 minutes long.

Stimulating and interactive with an emphasis on movement and play:

Mini Beasts

Bring the fascinating topic of mini beasts to life by meeting some real life big bugs in your class! Find out what makes a mini beast (no bones!) and examine the different sorts together as a class.

£

Wriggly Wrug Wrats

In this fun and interactive workshop explore the world of animals by acting them out and meeting them face to face!

£

PETS!

This workshop focuses on caring.

What is a pet? What do they need? How do you care for one? And what kinds of pets to people have?

£

Senses & Textures

Through their senses pupils will discover which senses animals use. What does a hedgehog smell like? What does a rabbit feel like? What does a guinea pig sound like? How does a snake listen and what does it use to smell with?

£

Incubator Hire

Witness the magic of birth right before your eyes. Everything you need is included in our 2 week incubator hire:

£

  • 24 access to our team
  • Incubator
  • 10 eggs
  • Brooder kit, including food, water trough, lamps, bedding
  • Activity pack
  • Schools may keep the chicks should they choose to otherwise they will be rehomed by us to a free range local small holding

KS1-5 These workshops are 45 minutes long and work best with a maximum of 30 children per class.

Rain Forests

What are tropical rain forests? Where can they be found? What is happening to this diverse habitat? What can we do to protect it? Who lives there and how many layers are there?

£

Habitats

What is a habitat, how have animals adapted to live there?

£

Nocturnal

Discover why and which animals come out and night and how they have adapted to suit this

£

Life-Cycles

How do animals reproduce? Who lays eggs and who gives birth to live young (not all lizards lay eggs!) how many young do they have, why do snails lay hundreds of eggs? How do animals care for their young?

£

Classification

Discover how and why scientists have sorted living things into categories by meeting a whole host of real life invertebrates (without back bone) and vertebrates (with a backbone) in your class!

£

New!

After school CLUB!

Different topic each term

Different animals each week!

We always carry:

-DBS

-Licence

-PLI

-First Aid Certificate

Email

Contact

07960904392

Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm

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