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Key Stage 2

KEY STAGE 2 With their growing awareness of the natural world, children in this Key Stage will always benefit from having the curriculum ...

photos of school visits

School Visits Photo Gallery 2011 If you have visited the Wildlife Park with your school this year and had a class photo taken you will fi...

photos of the animals

I hope you like these pictures - I will add to them regularly. For more photos see the Blog (All photos are copyright-free for education purposes. ...

Poster Results

Isle of Man Bank Poster Competition Results We would like to say a big thank you to all those who entered this year's competition. There we...

Rainforest Magic 2012

For details of this year's Rainforest Magic, please click on the file link below To book, contact me on: 897611 (home-anytime, it's fine to ...

Rainforest Magic 2014

Rainforest Magic 2014 [Download file "rainforest poster 2014.pdf"] [Download file "faqs for rainforest magic.pdf"]

Rainforest Magic 2015

[Download file "rainforest poster 2015.pdf"][Download file "Rainforest Magic INFORMATION.pdf"]

Reception Year

RECEPTION YEAR It’s never too early to start learning about our amazing planet and the animals who share it! For children of this age, a ...

Secondary

SECONDARY Liven up your timetable with a trip to the Wildlife Park! If you don’t see a topic that suits you in the list below, please tal...

secondary schools

This page is currently being prepared. If you need any information about secondary school visits don't hesitate to contact me Regards Liz...

Special Needs

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SPECIAL NEEDS

Special Needs All groups are very welcome, and sessions in the classroom can be planned to meet the particular needs of your group. Please ...

Summer School

[Download file "Wild Academy Poster + CU.pdf"]

Wildlfe Children's blog number 51

[liz & slinky-png .png] Monkeying Around! I love to watch our squirrel monkeys having fun on their island. They climb and leap around t...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 24

[liz & slinky-png .png] Elvis Behind Bars! Elvis the guanaco is quite a character. He was born with a crooked face and he only has one eye...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 44

[liz & slinky-png .png] Babies in the Rain! Oh my goodness, what a lot of rain we've been having! This peahen is proud mum to two lovely...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 56

[liz & slinky-png .png] Cute But Not Cuddly! The small-clawed otters are very popular with all the visitors who come to the Wildlife Pa...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 59

[liz & slinky-png .png] Mind the Prickles! I thought you might like a little peep at our newest animal - a porcupine! He is still very youn...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 61

[liz & slinky-png .png] Wasn't he Cute! Everybody seems to know Elvis, our cheeky guanaco. He was born at the Wildlife Park in 2001, and...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 62

[liz & slinky-png .png]Not in the Mood for a Photoshoot! Ugg the spectacled owl was hand-reared by Tina, one of the Park's managers...