Schools on Reserves at RSPB Avalon Marshes

RSPB in partnership with Natural England

Bring your class for a fun and active outdoor learning experience in a natural setting.

 

Join as at our Avalon Marshes reserves, including RSPB Ham Wall, part of the Somerset Levels, about two miles west of Glastonbury. The area is steeped in history, archaeology, wildlife and atmosphere, there is so much for your class to discover. 

 

Our exciting variety of hands-on activities ensure memorable learning experiences throughout the year. Experience the wetland wildlife of Avalon Marshes at close quarters by getting stuck in with pond dipping or mini beast hunting. You could discover all about our wetland birds or explore the seasonal changes in nature with a host of sensory activities.

 

We've indoor space available for classes, boardwalks, pond-dipping platforms and much more for you to explore!

Expected outcomes

A memorable and engaging day for your students spent outdoors in nature. Acheiving curriculum-linked learning objectivies outdoors and gaining a better understanding and appreciation for our outdoor world. Our highly qualified staff will engage and inspire your students delivering our LOtC Quality Badged programmes. 

 

To book this activity, please contact:
Ham Wall
01458 860494
ham.wall@rspb.org.uk
https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-teachers/school-trips/avalon-marshes/

RSPB Ham Wall
RSPB Workbase
Avalon Marshes Centre, Shapwick Road
BA6 9TT Westhay Somerset
England

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