Waters' Edge is a great place to learn. Whether you want to know about the wildlife of the Humber Estuary or how to be ‘green’, there is a lot to discover.
North Lincolnshire Museum Learning team will be delivering outdoor KS1 and KS2 school workshops at Waters’ Edge from May and June 2012.
Bug’s life KS1
Collect and observe a variety of mini-beasts in around the Park using scientific equipment. Examine your discoveries and learn more about the need to protect the environment.
Pond dipping KS1 & KS2
Investigate pond habitats by examining and recording mini-beasts in this hands-on workshop.
Wildflower delights KS1 & KS2
Enjoy the sights, sounds and fragrances of the wildflower garden. Develop artistic and teamwork skills to produce a fabric wall hanging to take back to school.
Woodland detectives KS1 & KS2
Explore sounds and habitats in the woodland. Be a tree detective and learn about the plants and animals in the woodland habitat in this hands-on interactive workshop.
Available from June 2012
Collect and observe a variety of mini-beasts in the woods and grassland of the park using scientific equipment. Examine your discoveries and learn more about the need to protect the environment.
Our Sustainable Building KS2
Discover more about the innovative design of Water’s Edge Visitor Centre to be sustainable and environmentally friendly.
To make a booking contact North Lincolnshire Museum on 01724 843533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details of prices and other workshops on offer by North Lincolnshire Museum Service can be found on North Lincolnshire Museum School Learning
Download a free education pack for more information about bringing your school to the park.