What creatures are lurking in the waters of Ferry Meadows? Join our education team to hunt for mini beasts living in the ponds and learn about their strange lifecycles and weird eating habits!
Nene Park Trust can offer a range of educational activities suitable for Early Years groups. Activities last for approximately one hour and are booked as single sessions for up to 36 children, alternatively choose your own selection of three activities for a full day visit.
If you are interested in booking a visit for your early years group please telephone 01733 234193 or use the enquiry form below. A member of the education team will then be in touch to discuss your requirements.
Activities available include:
No Lions or Tigers to be found on this Safari but you will be surprised to find how many mini beasts live in the woods of Ferry Meadows! Our education team will take you on a mini safari to track them down and find out about their lives.
What would it be like to have the ears of a rabbit or the nose of a badger? Children will be encouraged to use all of their senses to explore the world around them in this selection of games and activities.
Children can take part in a range of activities designed to increase their confidence in finding their way using maps and compasses. Our education staff will be able to advise on appropriate activities for the age and ability of the participants.
Inspired by the popular book, children go on a hunt through the different environments at Ferry Meadows. Will they be brave enough to enter the dark spooky hut at the end and what will they find?
On his journey through the Deep Dark Wood a mouse learns about the homes of a fox, an Owl and a snake but what kind of home would a Gruffalo live in? Children can use their imagination to build a Gruffalo house in this fun team task.
Children are encouraged to let the natural world inspire them to create works of art, sculptures, collages, masks, the possibilities are endless. Sessions can be themed to focus on a particualr topic e.g. colour/texture, or talk to us about how we can link activities to your school topic.