Discover nocturnal animals at Cliffe Castle Museum

With our Living things and their Habitats Workshop: Who’s Coming to Dinner?

This popular and fun workshop has been especially designed for Year 2 pupils to get hands on with animal specimens. Pupils prepare for an animal dinner party by naming animals, micro-habitats and sources of food for a range of animals in the local environment.

1 hour workshop only costs £68 and is available Tuesday to Friday all year round. 

Entry to Cliffe Castle Museum in Keighley is free and you can spend time outside with our park explorer bags or do your own mini-beast hunt!

Comments from local Year 2 class teachers

“Links in very well with current nocturnal animals topic and the Year 2 science curriculum.”

“All pupils enjoyed each activity with good use of vocabulary.”

“A positive experience for the children to do team work and it consolidated our work in class.”

“The workshop was very helpful explaining about different groups of living things and it was great seeing the ‘animals’ up close!”

“The specimens inspired and engaged the children and it was a smooth and stress free visit for staff.”

The Learning Team offer school staff free guided tours of the museum including the natural history gallery to help you make the most out of your trip.  To book a workshop or tour, please email: learning@bradford.gov.uk stating which dates you’re interested in visiting.  

For more information on Bradford Museums & Galleries education programme, please visit: http://www.bradfordmuseums.org/education/index.php

 

 


Information

Published: 11/03/2016
Audience: Year 2 Class Teachers, Science Co-ordinators, Deputy Heads
Contact: Rebecca Dawson

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