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  • Very informative, children liked the variety, great delivery and explanations
    – Kings Oak Primary School, Barnsley
  • George, his brothers and friends really enjoyed the party. Something tells me we will be seeing Animals In-Tuition again!
    – Rebecca Hasson, Krkby Malzeard
  • Thank you so much! We really enjoyed your visit. It was pitched just right!
    – St Margaret's C of E School, Horsforth
  • A nice mixture of unusual, exotic animals, interesting to see or hold.
    – Reach Team, Wakefield
  • A fantastic minibeasts workshop. The children thoroughly enjoyed it and Andrew pitched it at the right level for the children and they learnt lots of new information. Thank you so much!
    – St Peter's C.E Primary Ashton-Under-Lyne
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"We wanted to say a big thank you for the experience you gave our children (and staff) last Monday. It was a fantastic day which linked perfectly with our curriculum and even allowed our learners to make progress in their science learning. It is lovely to hear that the children impressed. I know they were so enthusiastic about the day and our follow up learning. You really inspired them! " Some comments from our day at Dosthill Primary in Staffs. The children were eager learners and gave us a great welcome into school. Many thanks!

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November 16, 2015  |   Share:

Animal-tastic

Classes produce some great work following our visits into schools. Have a look at this great picture from one of the younger children from Rawthorpe St James Infant and Nursery school in Huddersfield. Monty the Python, Frank the Serama Chicken and Cruella the Tarantula. The children certainly have been paying attention, look at all the detail! Just fabulous.

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November 6, 2015  |   Share:

Great North Museum Hancock

Who's going to come along to the Great North Museum tomorrow and hold a Tarantula, stroke a Snake, or say hello to a Cockroach? Come along and meet us between 11.00am and 3.00pm.

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October 29, 2015  |   Share:

Halloween fun

Lots happening this Halloween with our animals and Rangers out and about. Magna Science Adventure Centre and the Great North Museum Hancock are just a couple of our spooky adventure dates this coming week!

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October 22, 2015  |   Share:

And the winner is....

Milly Fletcher with her drawing of a Guinea Pig for our drawing competition at Countryside Live at the Great Yorkshire Showground. Well done, a great picture. The prize is a model of a Tarantula. Thankyou for all of the fantastic entries we received over the two days of the show. Everyone had a great time and the show was a resounding success!

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October 19, 2015  |   Share:

Countryside Live Sat 17th and Sun 18th October

An all grown up Beatrix the Rabbit will be at Countryside Live at the Great Yorkshire Showground this weekend alongside lots of our other wonderful creatures. Come along and join us. Lots to see and do!

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October 15, 2015  |   Share:

British Science Festival Fringe

What a great day at Bradford University and the British Science Festival Fringe Family event. So many great things happening and lots of wonderful visitors to meet our animals. Lots of things happening this week, so don't miss out!

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September 13, 2015  |   Share:

Back to School

Back to school. Why not get your topics off to a flying start and invite Animals In-Tuition to your school. We have workshops to suit your needs including, Inheritance and Evolution, Rainforest, Classification and Minibeast to name a few. Our workshops are very interactive and children learn lots without even noticing.

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September 4, 2015  |   Share: