Curriculum topics available: Animals including humans, Living things and habitats, Life Cycles, Habitats.Offering 'real life' context to the terms 'habitat', 'micro-habitat', 'life-cycle' and 'eco-system', students have the opportunity to see for themselves how animals have different adaptations to survive in their habitats. The attraction is also an opportunity to use classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things and recognise that environments can change as a result of human and physical activity and the consequences/dangers this can pose to living things.
Curriculum topics available: Conservation, Climate change, Global warming, Rainforest, Plastic pollution.Climate change, global warming, conservation and changing the world for the better... We have all heard these phrases being repeated in everyday conversations between politicians, teachers, and parents and even between children but what can we actually do to help and why is it happening? NEW for 2022 is our KS2 Sea Defenders conservation programme starting with the devastating impact of plastic pollution. We also have a brand new pre/post conservation lesson pack offering three hours worth of conservation focused lessons.
To book at our exclusive education rates your group booking will need to be for 10 students or more; we offer a free teacher ratio of 1 free teacher for every five primary aged pupils, 1 for every ten secondary aged pupils and 1 for every three pre-school pupils. We also offer schools a book now pay later booking option whereby you can reserve your preferred date and confirm final number and pay 14 days (10 working days) in advance of your visit date.
Yes, we have an education space where students can participate in our optional workshop programme (£2 per pupil in addition to admission), teachers can also use the dedicated lunch area if available (no pre-book available unless you have a workshop booking otherwise first come first served & subject to availability).
SEA LIFE London is fully wheelchair accessible. We have a ramp at our entrance which can be used for entry and exit, and lifts throughout the attraction. We do not have any hearing loops situated within the building, however to ensure that all guests have an immersive experience, we have signage and interactive displays to learn about our creatures. We will welcome guide dogs into the attraction.
Inspirational for all ages, SEA LIFE London is a stimulating opportunity for teachers to bring learning on adaptation, ecosystems and conservation to life. Pupils will observe first hand creatures that live in the Pacific Ocean, rainforests of the worlds, colourful coral reefs, the frozen extremities of the Antarctica and closer to home the River Thames.
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