Workshops
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Workshops

Early Years 

Peak £8/Off Peak £7


The Early Years package encourages children to talk about different creatures and includes the use arts and craft materials.

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Sessions available

  • My Special Aquarium

Primary Years 

 £8.50 Peak/£7.50 Off Peak


Primary Years are introduced to a range of scientific topics to encourage excitement and curiosity about marine phenomena in the natural world. There are different sessions for different key stages. 

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Sessions available

Key Stage 1

  • Who Eats Who
  • Home Sweet Home

Key Stage 1 & 2

  • Underwater Top Trumps
  • Save Our Seas
  • Marine Art & Textiles

Key Stage 2

  • Life Cycles
  • Ocean Food Chain
  • Marine Art and Textiles

Secondary Years  

£7.50 Peak and Off Peak


Secondary workshop allows students to ask questions and learn about the diversity of our oceans and conservation.

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Sessions available

  • Marine art and textiles 

Workshops

Early Years

My Special aquarium: Using arts and craft materials pupils will design their own marine habitat, ensuring that the creatures within it have everything they need to survive.

 

Workshop Key Stage 1:
- Who Eats Who: Pupils can get creative with arts & craft materials to make their very own marine food chain.
- Underwater Top Trumps: Thinking about the behaviour of their favourite marine creatures, pupils will create top trump cards and discuss what makes the ultimate creature.
- Home Sweet Home: Using arts and craft materials pupils will design their own marine habitat, ensuring that the creatures within it have everything they need to survive.
- Save Our Seas: Through creative activities pupils will encourage others to help conservation.
- Marine Art and Textiles: Photograph, draw and get hands on with marine objects such as shark eggs, cuttlefish bones and coral skeletons.


Workshop Key Stage 2:
- Life Cycles: Learn about the life cycles of aquatic animals. Complete a life cycle craft to take away.
- Ocean food chain: Learn about the predators and prey of the oceans and complete your own food chain.
- Ocean Top Trumps: Thinking about the behaviour of their favourite marine creatures, pupils will create top trump cards and discuss what makes the ultimate creature.
- Save Our Seas: Through creative activities pupils will encourage others to help conservation.
- Marine art and Textiles: Photograph, draw and get hands on with marine objects such as shark eggs, cuttlefish bones and coral skeletons.

 

Secondary Workshop

Marine art and Textiles: Photograph, draw and get hands on with marine objects such as shark eggs, cuttlefish bones and coral skeletons.

Covid-19 Update

Following the decision on 20th March to close SEA LIFE we continue to follow the latest Government guidelines and are asking guests with tickets booked between 26th April and 4th July 2020 to visit our website for information on how to move their booking free of charge. We are monitoring the situation in line with Government and local public health authorities and will provide an update as soon as we can on when SEA LIFE will be able to reopen, so please refer to our website and social media channels for further updates on re-opening.
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