BY THE RIVERBANK

SPRING TERM 

Natural world, Science, Spoken English. 

Age Group: 3-6
 

Addresses the following areas of learning in the EYFS and KS1 National Curriculum:
 

  • Communication and language.
     

  • Understanding and protecting the natural environment.
     

  • Identifying and classifying living things.

By the Riverbank is an interactive journey into the natural world, developing children’s understanding of different animals and plants and their needs. 
 

Ruby the park ranger is on a quest to find Portly, the lost baby otter.  She needs extra eyes and ears to explore the park and return him to his family.  The children join Ruby on her journey and learn about lots of other animals and how they live as they travel down the river in Ruby’s boat. 


Outcomes

Children will:

  • Learn about animals and plants and their habitats
     

  • Develop their speaking and listening skills
     

  • Practice problem solving in the context of a story

 

“The programme covered many aspects of the EYFS curriculum. It engaged all children, including those with EAL.  It encouraged their imaginations and developed their knowledge of the habitats of animals and natural environments. “

Reception teacher Broadmeadow Infant School



Access a comprehensive resource pack with follow-up activities which allow you to expand on learning from the workshop after our visit below. 

To book, or if you'd like to know more, email us by clicking "Get in Touch". 

INFORMATION 

INFORMATION

Touring: Spring Term May 3rd-27th
Runtime: 90 Minutes 
Audience Capacity: Maximum 35 students per workshop

Requirements: School Hall or Large Cleared Classroom 
 

0121 265 4425

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