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Key Stage 4: School Trips & Activity Packs

Key Stage 4: School Trips & Activity Packs


   The following classroom session is suitable for children aged 10-14

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What’s it all about?

Children discuss how disasters can effect Shark populations and examine the threats to shark species and ecosystems.

Children discuss and gain an understanding how negative impacts on ecosystems can effect sharks, the environment and humans.

Children have the opportunity to look at sharks teeth and jaws and understand how they are used and compare differences between different species

The session includes:

  • Class Discussion
  • Interactive Activities
  • Animal Encounters
  • Question and answer session

Things to find out……………………..

What are some of the main factors that contribute to the decline of sharks in the wild?

How many teeth does a Sand-tiger shark have?

What can everyone do to help?

How does this fit the curriculum?

Key Stage 4 – Understanding of ecosystems, discussing and providing arguments to back up conclusions, communicating ideas, wider knowledge of the environment, and climate change.

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  The following classroom session is suitable for children aged 12-15 years.

What’s it all about?

Examine the threat to shark species and ecosystems, and to understand how the negative impacts can affect both the environment and us.

‘Fins Under Threat’ classroom session includes:

  • Class Discussion
  • Group Activities
  • Animal Encounters
  • Question and answer session

Learning objectives for this lesson:

  • To examine the threat to shark species and what we can do to help.

Learning outcomes for this lesson:

  • To understand how sharks are important to our ecosystems and how removing them could have a detrimental effect on our oceans.

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For more information or to book call our school bookings team on 0151 357 8804

A £50 deposit will secure your booking (non-refundable)