Education programme at Stapeley
Open to schools and the community, the Education Centre offers a range of curriculum-lead activities, which are lead by passionate and enthusiastic educators.
The education centre is a unique classroom where wildlife really does come alive. Monitors linked to the hospital rooms bring you live feedback about resident wildlife and the wildlife garden has a rich variety of habitats including woodland, ponds, wildflower meadow and vegetable garden which are all linked with an ‘access for all’ trail.
Interested in bringing your group? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The RSPCA additionally provides teachers and other youth professionals with a range of resources to help address the issue of animal cruelty in their activities. These are available free of charge at www.rspca.org.uk/education
Interested in attending a Wildlife Rehabilitation Course?
Each year Stapeley Grange and the team arrange a number of wildlife courses which provides training and CPD opportunities for wildlife rehabilitators, vets and vet nurses. For more information contact: email@example.com
'Go Wild' Wildlife Club
Let your kids Go Wild at our Monthly Saturday 'Wildlife Club' - the last Saturday of the Month.
The Club offers unique facilities including: interactive classroom that links into the wildlife hospital, a fully accessible wildlife garden with opportunities to see some of the animals and a small woodland and campfire area for a wilder experience.
For more information contact Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org