Online learning workshops
We're bringing the Zoo to you, with digital learning sessions which support your classroom learning. Calling live from the Zoo, each session is designed to meet specific curriculum links that directly relate to our conservation work. We're teaching students about the natural world and connecting students with wildlife.
Digital Outreach Workshops
Supporting classroom learning on animal identification and classification, students will be introduced to different ways in which to classify animals.
By using bird species at the Zoo as real life examples, we will discuss the key life processes of these birds and the differences between their life cycle and other animal groups.
By using objects such as teeth and skulls, and animals at the Zoo, we will discuss different animal diets, the teeth mammals have to eat different foods and the interdependence of living things through food chains.
Online learning session designed to support classroom learning on inheritance, and how that leads to the evolution of adaptations through natural selection.
Our early career scientists will describe their experiences working in conservation science, discussing topics such as the process of scientific investigation or how the decisions they've made to find their career.