AS/A2 programme - Ecology themed day
In this visit, AS/A2 students take part in a one or two day non-residential course. The course can either introduce or completely cover your curriculum requirements for Ecology.
Students identifying plants at Wakehurst.
Students can study in-situ conservation in a traditionally managed wildflower meadow, coppiced woodland and a freshwater lake. A variety of ecological techniques and statistical tests are carried out in selected habitats.
- Length: One or two days. Typically made up of 2 sessions per day of 1.5 - 2 hours each.
- Group size: 20 students (maximum)
- Minimum supervision required: 1 adult per 10 students
- Programme cost: Part of a full day programme - fee starts at £180 | See our detailed pricing plan for more information.
Our visits are tailored to suit your needs and the outcomes will be agreed at a planning meeting prior to the visit.
Links with the AS/A2 level curriculum
The specification for exam boards vary. When you book a school visit at Wakehurst, let us know which exam board you are using and we will work with you to tailor the session for your students.
A typical day at Wakehurst is made up of two activities of approximately 1.5 - 2 hours each, one in the morning and one after lunch. We also offer a number of activity days, designed around a theme.
Once you've selected a combination of activities for your group, you can make a school booking to visit Wakehurst by filling in our online form.
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