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Life in words

Let our birds of prey broaden minds and inspire creative thinking and writing.

There are often stereotypes attached to animals and birds through films, stories and reputation. Life In Words creates an opportunity for pupils to see how our opinions and thoughts can be changed through the process of learning.

During the visit, there will be two discussion based sessions:

Teachers are given a copy of the spider diagrams and literature pieces to take back to school which can be used by pupils to produce a piece of creative writing or fact file. The work they create will be based on their own opinions and knowledge before and after their visit and they will be able to incorporate any new descriptive words they have learnt.

Key subject:

English

Subject links to:

ICT, Science

Adaptable for:

Key Stage 1 – Key Stage 4

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Links to outreach topics:

Art Workshop, History of Falconry

Enquire today

If you are interested in finding out more or booking one of our on-site school workshops, please get in touch using the below form.

Please tell us which workshop you are interested in:
Owl Pellet InvestigationConservation in ActionNational Bird of Prey HospitalPredator Adaptations and Food WebsHabitat SurveysAsk the ExpertArt WorkshopLife through DanceLife in WordsSarson Falconer DisplayI'm not sure yet

Did you know?
The Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl is one of the smallest species of owl but can capture prey larger than itself. It will sometimes dash through thick foliage to surprise prey.
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