Curriculum topics available: Stone Age.Let your class discover the lives of people from the Stone Age with our Stone Age Discovery Day. See what they used for food, medicine and what skills they would have needed to survive.
Curriculum topics available: Plants, Animals including humans, Life Cycles, Minibeasts, Habitats, Forest School.A range of our programmes cover plants, minibeasts, habitats and life cycles of the creatures in Lee Valley Regional Park. Habitat Discovery Day and Plant Discovery Day are great programmes for this.
Curriculum topics available: Water cycles, Rivers, Environment.Lee Valley Regional Park has a number of water bodies throughout its 10,000 acres that provide a great learning experience for children. Our Rivers and Lakes Discovery Day provides the opportunity to compare and contrast natural and man-made features of the meandering River Lea, the straight River Lee Navigation and lakes created from gravel extraction, and is one of the key programmes to cover this subject.
Curriculum topics available: Conservation.A number of our open spaces are SSSI (Sites of Special Scientific Interest) where our programmes take place. Our school groups will be able to see some of the conservation works that are taking place to help species thrive in the area.
The Learning and Engagement Team are happy to work with groups of all sizes - please contact us to discuss your requirements.
All of our programmes are delivered outdoors in Lee Valley Regional Park. If an indoor space is needed, please highlight within your enquiry.
All of our staff for First Aid trained.
We have disabled facilities at our base and programmes can be catered to help with accessibility for any disabled visitors.
All of our programmes can be adapted for children who have special educational needs.
The Learning and Engagement Team are passionate about providing children and young adults with an outdoor education experience from subjects covering science of the natural world, local history, design and physical education based around London 2012 Legacy venues.
Our Discovery Days cover all key stages and key topics in the National Curriculum.
Older students can also build vital team working skills through orienteering and discover more about the park around them on guided walks with the team.
Our team have experience in providing sessions to students with special needs. Sessions can be adapted to the groups needs and staff are Makaton trained.
All this and more in the 10,000 acre Lee Valley Regional Park just waiting for your class to discover.
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