PSHE focuses on developing the knowledge, skills and attributes to keep children and young people healthy.

The role of Personal, Social and Health Education is to nurture pupils and give them the necessary tools to tackle whatever life may throw at them.


Our PSHE workshops are highly curriculum-driven, giving pupils an understanding on a range of complex PSHE subjects such as healthy eating, road safety & bullying.



EYFS, KS 1, 2; Early Years, First, Second Stage. Ages 3 - 11.


We visit over 10,000 schools across the UK every year and have witnessed first-hand the devastating effects of bullying. This inspired us to work directly with PSHE teachers to create a story-based workshop that explores relationships, social conflict, diversity and feelings. We examine the issue of bullying, the motivations behind that behaviour and what can be done to help people suffering from bullying.


KS,1KS2; Early Years, First, Second Stage. Ages 5- 11.

A recent survey found the average school child in the UK eats over three times the recommended daily sugar intake everyday!

Our new healthy eating based workshop aims to school your school on the sweet stuff! We encourage children to make better informed choices about what they put in their bodies whilst gaining an understanding of the health impacts that too much sugar can have.

N.B  This workshop does not feature animal handling.


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

Taking place in your Food Technology or Home Economics department, The JunkFood Roadshow is designed to promote healthy eating. In this practical show your ZooLab presenter cooks a healthy pizza and pits it against a processed burger - investigating the indecipherable manufacturer’s ingredients list along the way. Would you want to eat it if you actually knew what was in it?

N.B  This workshop does not feature animal handling.

Road Safety

EYFS, KS1. Early Years, First Stage. Ages 3 - 7.

This story based workshop joins a class of extraordinary animals as they learn all about road safety.  Learn about Stop, Look, Listen and Think and the importance of finding the right place to cross the road. At the end of the workshop each participant will receive their ‘Road Safety Rat’ sticker. Of course, throughout the duration of the workshop your class will get to meet and handle a variety of wonderful ZooLab animals!

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ZooLab UK Head Office: Torwood Garden Centre, Larbert, United Kingdom,  FK5 4EG