Our education sessions are available for any number of students of any age. We are able to cover all of the key stages and specialist areas upon request. Because of this we are able to tailor sessions to individual needs, for example, you can have an accompanied session and then allow students to break off and complete worksheets (All students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult).
Group admission is subject to various factors; please call our friendly team to find out our most up-to-date school packages, tailored to suit your requirements and group size.
Planning Your Visit
Before visiting the park with your students, why not come and see what we have to offer. Health and Safety is important to us, so we invite you to perform a Risk Assessment before visiting. Request our Package information & Lincolnshire Wildlife Park Risk Assessment by emailing our team through the ‘Contact Us‘ page.
To book your educational visit, simply call: 0871 384 1130, and follow the prompts to our Admin team to speak with a member of our friendly staff, who will guide you through the different options.
You may also wish to discuss further options for your day with our on-site Education Officer, who will be able to cover many topics and species needed for your curriculum. If this is the case then we can put you in direct contact with them to arrange a schedule for your bespoke day at the park.
What to expect…
Our experienced keepers will make sure you do not miss a thing and will hopefully add to the days experience, which can include the following:
- Nature Walk
- Meerkat Talk
- Primate Talk
- Tiger Talk
- Up Close and Personal in the Walk-through Enclosure
- Reptile Handling (subject to availability)
- Enrichment Workshop
- Fun Worksheets
- Take-Home booklet & sticker for every student!
Being close to these spectacular creatures never fails to excite and forms the core of most for pupils of every age. Our experienced handlers demonstrate the abilities and strengths of parrots while being very close to the group. Habitat, diet and adaptations are explained. Children are always thrilled and enriched by such close contact with these majestic birds.
Key Stage: KS1 – Sc2 2e, 4b, 5a,b and c. KS2 – Sc2 4b, 5a,b,c,d and e. KS3 – Sc2 4b, 5a,b,c,d and KS4 – Sc2 4a and b.
Main Themes: Habitats, Adaptations and the Influence of Man.