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We offer an efficient and friendly booking service, and provide all the details you need in an easy-to-use way.

Just complete our enquiry form and one of our team will be in touch to help you.

  1. Essential information
  2. Prices

1. Essential information

Our Learning Officers will be guiding your class through a Virtual Fieldwork Experience in your classroom from Hyde Park. When you make a booking, you will receive an email with further information about the session you have booked and a Microsoft Teams link to access the session. You will also receive a physical resource pack which will be posted to your school in advance of the session.

Our Virtual Fieldwork sessions are designed to be projected onto a screen at the front of the classroom and they work best when we are also able to see the class. Therefore the ideal set-up in advance of the session would be for a laptop camera to be facing the class and projecting our Virtual Fieldwork onto a screen at the front of the class. This set-up would enable us to see the class, meaning we can interact with the students and ask/answer questions as if we were standing at the front of the classroom. Alternatively, the teacher can act as a go between from their class to the Learning Officer, selecting students to answer questions and relaying their answers or any questions to the learning officer either through video or the chat box.

All our Virtual sessions have optional follow-up activities which can either be used following lesson time or set as homework.

2. Prices

We are currently running an introductory offer for online sessions, which will usually be priced at £110+VAT.

We have a limited number of sessions available to book for free during the Autumn term, on a first-come-first-served basis. When these have been filled, we are offering an introductory price of £60+VAT per class for sessions that take place before February half term.

The price includes a live video conference with our team and a set of accompanying resources. Sessions are designed for a class of up to 30 students.

  1. Essential information
  2. Covid-19 security in our Learning programmes
  3. Prices

1. Essential information

Here are the key things you need to know before your visit to us. Full information about our Covid-secure procedures can be found on this page  and will be sent to you when you book.

Our school sessions normally run between 10.00-12.00 and 13.00-15.00. However, for Autumn and Spring terms 2020-21 we are happy to be flexible on timings, so please discuss this with us at the time of booking.

Your students will spend the whole session in our enclosed gardens and/or the wider park. Check the weather forecast before your visit to ensure your students are prepared with appropriate clothing for these outdoor activities.

If you need to make special arrangements for students with physical disabilities/special needs please contact us for more information.

Please follow these adult to student ratios to supervise your group:

Key stage Minimum adult : pupil ratio
Early years foundation stage 1:4
Key stage 1 and 2 1:6
Key stage 3 1:8
Key stage 4 and 5+ 1:10
Special educational needs 1:1 to 1:3 depending on group

You’ll receive full details including risk assessments when you book your visit. Alternatively, if you need a copy of these in advance, please contact us and we’ll send them over to you.

2. Covid-19 security in our Learning programmes

We have worked hard to ensure that we can welcome school groups back to the park in a safe and responsible way, without compromising on the quality of their experience. Please read the documents provided below carefully and ensure that your group adheres to our Learning Officers’ instructions at all times. If you have any questions or additional requirements, please don’t hesitate to call us to discuss these.

Key changes to our usual procedures are:

  • There will be no indoor space available for the time you are at the park except for use of toilet and handwashing facilities.
  • Visits to toilet facilities must be as brief as possible and via a one-way system.
  • Students must wear warm and weather appropriate clothing with a waterproof outer layer. Footwear should be warm and waterproof. Hat, gloves, scarf and additional layers are recommended.
  • You may be asked to arrange for your group to bring certain basic materials (such as stationery), to ensure that equipment is not passed around more than necessary. Any equipment that is passed around will be thoroughly cleaned after the session.
  • We will ask your group to eat lunch out in the park if possible. If the weather will not be conducive to this, please contact us in the days before your visit and we will endeavour to arrange a lunch space which is situated outside and under cover.
  • A secure bag drop area will be provided.
  • Outside hand sanitizer stations will be provided.
  • All visitors are to wash hands on arrival and before departure.

Download our Covid-19 risk assessment   

Download our Covid-19 method statement

Download our HSE compliance certificate 

3. Prices

Full day (4 hours of teaching)Half day (2 hours of teaching)
  • £198 +VAT for a whole class
  • Equivalent to £6.60 +VAT per student for a group of 30
  • £110 +VAT for a whole class
  • Equivalent to £3.67 +VAT per student for a group of 30

If you have any questions or to enquire about a booking, please drop us a line at

A few minutes of your time can help us to make a huge difference for years to come.