War is an evil for both people and animals. That’s why we’ve decided to support two organisations committed to making a difference to animals in the Ukraine.

 

We’re is donating £5 from every customer who books a Habitat workshop to help animals affected by the ongoing war. 

ZOOLAB DONATES £5 TO UKRAINIAN ANIMAL CHARITIES
EACH TIME A CUSTOMER BOOKS A HABITATS WORKSHOP

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We’re supporting
Ukraine’s animals

We’re supporting two Ukrainian animal charities

Animal welfare is our number one priority.

Happy Paw is a Ukrainian based Charity Foundation which, since 2012 has cared about the fate of homeless cats and dogs.

During the war, the foundation provided assistance to:

  • More than 400 shelters

  • Caring for 23,000 homeless animals.

  • Providing and delivering over 71.5 tonnes of animal food

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ZOOLAB DONATES £5 TO UKRAINIAN ANIMAL CHARITIES 
EACH TIME A CUSTOMER BOOKS A HABITATS WORKSHOP

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The European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) is coordinating relief funds for Ukrainian zoos. 

 

Animal welfare refers to how the individual animal is coping, both mentally and physically with their circumstances. 

 

So far EAZA has raised over £1 million pounds to help care for zoo animals affected by the war.

Learn how your choices can impact different habitats
with our Environmental themed workshops.

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A habitat needs five very important things for its occupants to survive:

  • Space

  • Shelter

  • Food

  • Water

  • Air

 

Many animals will be killed or lose their habitats due to military destruction. 

 

That’s why we’re donating £5 from every customer who books a Habitat workshop to help animals affected by the ongoing war. 

Habitats

KS 1, 2, 3, 4. First, Second, Third, Fourth Stage. 
Ages 5 - 14

What is a habitat? What types of habitat are there? Why do habitats matter? So many questions answered!

OVERVIEW: ZooLab’s Habitat workshop introduces pupils to different habitats from around the world: including tropical rainforests, deserts, polar regions and oceans. This hands-on workshop looks at three great survivors; rats, cockroaches and humans and considers how and why they have survived.

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NEW!

Zoolab Environment Time Machine

KS2 and KS3; 
Ages 7 - 14

 

OVERVIEW: The ZET (Zoolab Environment Time Machine) is an interactive interface which travels long through the past and years into the future looking at climate data. What animals have become extinct animals and what problems is the planet facing?  Comparing data from different eras allows us to form a direct comparison between human behaviour and climate change. ​

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EYFS WORKSHOPS

 

Nature Town

EYFS, KS1; Early Years, First Stage.

Ages 0 - 5

OVERVIEW: This rhyming adventure follows the eco warriors of Naturetown in a crusade to help their local wildlife. We investigate issues of plastic pollution, deforestation and litter; teaching us about alternatives such as recycling, composting and habitat creations; to reinforce what we can do to protect and care for our animal neighbours.

"Learning to care about our planet is such an important lesson and ZooLab explored the concepts wonderfully. The animals really brought the themes to life." Colndile Primary

Age 0 - 5

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Rainforest Adventurer

EYFS, KS1; Early Years, First Stage.

Ages 0 - 5

OVERVIEW: Your class will go on an action-packed adventure through the rainforest layers meeting various animals along the way. It’s all part of an approach that combines storytelling and drama to bring the rainforest to life, help children discover biodiversity and to get a first hand look at how what happens in the rainforest can affect us all. 

"The use of the animals helped illustrate the Rainforest Story. This workshop was fun and really engaged the children. "
Highcliffe Nursery

Age 0 - 5

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Caring For Living Things

EYFS, KS1; Early Years, First Stage.

Ages 5 - 7

OVERVIEW: This show emphasises what we need do to care for living things and explores the diverse requirements of a range of animals in terms of shelter, warmth, food, water and protection. Using active learning techniques, building on prior knowledge this show is highly value driven in teaching respect for all living things.

"This workshop was fun and really engaged the children. The use of the animals helped illustrate how our actions might impact others." 
Dupoint Primary

Age 5 - 7

CARING FOR LIVING THINGS AND OTHER ANIMA

PRIMARY WORKSHOPS

 

Eco Investigators

KS 1, 2, 3, 4; First, Second, Third, Fourth Stage. 
Ages 7 - 11. 

OVERVIEW: Linking to the schools 'Green Flag' initiative and global environmental concerns, Eco Investigators explores how informed personal choices as a consumer can protect animals, habitats and people all over the world. This workshop investigates issues of consumption, looks at alternatives and teaches us about recycling using practical examples from the animal and insect world.

"Learning to care about our planet is such an important lesson and ZooLab explored the concepts wonderfully. The animals really brought the themes to life." Colndile Primary

Age 7 - 11

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Rainforest Discovery

KS 1, 2, 3, 4; First, Second, Third, Fourth Stage.
Ages 5 - 14. 

OVERVIEW: Your ZooLab presenter takes you on an exciting journey through the rainforest, letting you get hands-on with real rainforest animals! Learn all about the different rainforest layers that these animals live in, who and what they eat and how they’re coming under threat. Discover everything you ever wanted to know about life in the steamy tropics.

"Understanding how the consumer decisions we make can impact the survival of the rainforest was eye-opening. Perfect for the UN Conference this year." Glasgow High School

Age 5 - 14

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SECONDARY WORKSHOPS

 

Rainforest Discovery

KS 1, 2, 3, 4; First, Second, Third, Fourth Stage.
Ages 5 - 14. 

OVERVIEW: Your ZooLab presenter takes you on an exciting journey through the rainforest, letting you get hands-on with real rainforest animals! Learn all about the different rainforest layers that these animals live in, who and what they eat and how they’re coming under threat. Discover everything you ever wanted to know about life in the steamy tropics.

"Understanding how the consumer decisions we make can impact the survival of the rainforest was eye-opening. Perfect for the UN Conference this year." Glasgow High School

Age 5 - 14

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Human Impacts On The Environment 

KS 3, KS 4; Third, Fourth.
Ages 11 - 16

OVERVIEW: Never before has environmental learning been so important and this workshop was created to feed into this thirst for knowledge and continue inspiring change.

In this workshop we explore the combination of human activities that has led to the climate crisis - from greenhouse gases to the negative effects of tourism. We also discover what we can do to  reverse some of the damage caused. 

"This session made pupils analyse their individual impact on the environment and assess it's wider implication in society." 
Harringale Grammar

Age 11 -16

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Rainforest Digital Discovery

EYFS, KS1; Early Years, First Stage. Ages 7-14.
PRICE: £99 + VAT per class

INCLUDED:

  • 45 Minute Presenter Live Session

  • 30 Minute Educational Video

  • Expanded Printable Resource Pack

  • Interactive Digital Resource Pack

OVERVIEW: Animals are living demonstrations of diverse ways of eating, reproducing and communicating which brings inspiration and excitement to learning. By engaging all the pupil’s senses, we are able to make stronger and faster cognitive connections which enriches the classroom environment and brings health and wellbeing to the forefront of the educational experience.

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Looking for something different?

Check out our full range of workshops!

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