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ANIMALS IN HANDS – Bringing the zoo to you

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ANIMALS IN HANDS is a fantastic Natural History Service specialising in classroom interactions with children and young people from Nursery through to 6th Form. Animals in Hands provide numerous new learning opportunities and experiences for children of all ages. Sound interesting?

Come and see for yourself!

So you can learn just how useful this will be for your children, Animals in Hands are giving you a chance to meet them free in our training room on Wednesday 30th September. Drop in to meet the team (and the animals themselves of course) any time between 10 and 2, and stay for as long as you want!

ANIMALS IN HANDSCan’t attend but want to learn more?
The Animals in Hands website has the answers.

Want to come and see? Here is where you will find us.
We look forward to seeing you there!

“Animals in Hands have visited my school on two occasions and have proved to be excellent value for money, offering a very professional and wide ranging natural history lecturing service. All the children and staff were so impressed following their first visit we just had to have them back!” Bromley Jones (Headteacher) – Randlay Primary School & Nursery, Telford

About the author: Matt Stanford

Matt Stanford
Matt has been working in education for 10 years, teaching science to all ages from preschool to degree. Before he became a teacher he studied chemistry at Masters level and completed his PhD at The University of Warwick. It was during his time at university that he got involved in outreach work in local primary schools and found his passion for inspiring learning.

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