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Engaging, interactive and hands-on, our programmes encourage students to embark on an inquiry-based learning journey, designed to meet curriculum targets across a wide range of subjects including science, maths, English, geography, art and design, technology and more.

Taught by our experienced Kew teachers, our programmes aim to give pupils opportunities to work scientifically in areas that are difficult or impossible to create in the school environment.

Our sessions run for 45-minutes or 90 minutes. Depending on the chosen topic, these take place at a variety of locations throughout the gardens, in the glasshouses, among the trees or in our learning spaces in Museum Number 1. 

Early years

Children playing with Autumn leaves in Kew Gardens

Students immerse themselves in a sensory learning journey of play and exploration in our Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) programmes at Kew Gardens.

EYFS

Primary

girl with magnifying glass

Inspire, engage and encourage curiosity by exploring our inquiry-based Primary programmes at Kew Gardens.

Key Stage 1 (5-7 yrs)

Key Stage 2 (7-11 yrs)

Secondary

Close up of succulent

With either a science or geography focus, Secondary programmes at Kew Gardens aim to encourage scientific inquiry and inspire curiosity and fascination about the world, plants and its people - today and for the future.

Key Stage 3 (11-14 yrs)

Key Stage 4 (14-16 yrs)

AS/A2 & Post compulsory

The Key Stage 5 and Post-compulsory education programme at Kew Gardens is aimed at students engaged in AS/A2 Level, diploma courses, and other programmes of further and continuing education.

Key Stage 5 and Post-compulsory

If school programmes are fully booked or you would prefer a self-led visit, we offer a basic package which includes:

  • Entry for students and education staff.
  • A meet-and-greet at Victoria Gate.
  • A free entry ticket for two teachers to plan their school visit.