Duration: Full Day
Staff: 1 staff member
(Based on one class / approx 30 children)
Location: Delivered on site
Pupils will develop an understanding of nature through different types of enquiry, observing closely and using simple equipment. The programme allows children to develop a secure understanding and concepts.
The session uses your local environment to explore and answer questions about animals in their habitat. Children learn how to take care of animals taken from their local environment and the need to return them safely after study – using their observations to compare animals at first hand.
Pupils will also be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival.
- Identifying and naming a variety of common animals
- Discovering that animals, including humans, have offspring which grow into adults
- Describing the basic needs of animals
- Constructing a variety of food chains
Pupils are introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival and identify and name a variety of common animals.
Learners are given opportunities to construct a variety of food chains that identify producers, predators and prey.
“Nothing exists for itself alone, but only in relation to other forms of life”
Animals, Including Humans
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