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We’re on a mission to enthuse students of all ages about the wonders of the invertebrate world. Together with our learning partners, we have developed a year-long programme of inspirational free sessions taking place across the eight Royal Parks.

Join our mission to discover the incredible hidden world of invertebrates. All sessions are mapped to the National Curriculum and are led by a team of experienced environmental educators. Whatever the weather, our educational spaces are practical all year round. These sessions will focus on what an invertebrate is, and their form and function.

Sessions

During Spring term 2018, Mission: Invertebrate sessions are completely free. From Monday 16 April onwards, schools will receive a discount on all Mission: Invertebrate sessions. Mission: Invertebrate sessions are available for SEND groups, KS1 & 2, KS3 & 4, and 16+. Please note, places are limited to:

  • Non-fee paying schools only
  • One session per school

Booking

On the booking enquiry form, please quote ‘Mission: Invertebrate’ . Please include information about the school stage and year of the students you plan to bring.

For Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and The Green Park, please use our enquiry form.

For Bushy Park, Greenwich Park and The Regent’s Park, please use the Field Studies Council enquiry form.

Sessions for SEND students are available at Richmond Park. Please use the Holly Lodge Centre enquiry form.

Essential information

Here are some key things you need to know before your visit:

  • All teaching resources are provided so you don’t need to bring any with you.
  • Please ensure that you check the weather forecast before your visit so that students are wearing appropriate clothing for the activities.
  • If you would like to bring lunch with you, we encourage you to picnic in the wider park.

If you have any other questions feel free to get in touch with Kirsty at kgarland@royalparks.org.uk

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