Active learning, effecive learning – real experiences and outcomes

Introduction to ZooLab Secondary Programme

Domestic RatAre you a Secondary teacher in a school trying to get children to understand complex biological, social or engineering concepts? ZooLab can help! 

From the world of habitats and adaptations to the classification of animals, at ZooLab we are experts at communicating these topics to Secondary pupils.
We work with our animals to create fun and engaging learning experiences that get complex ideas across. 
Pupils get to see the relevance of animals to us as human beings and to understand our place on this planet.  

From topics such as rainforest, to habitats and classifications, pupils are taken on a voyage of discovery to deepen and broaden their knowledge and fire their enthusiasm..



See what our clients say

Bishop Barrington School, DL14

 “Fab activity! All pupils engaged and really enjoyed it. So did the staff! Really added depth to our Rainforest topic.”

The Deepings School, PE6

Excellent knowledge, very good with students, very engaging. Thanks! 

Parkhall Integrated College, BT41

 “Excellent! Fantastic knowledge! Sarah interacted fantastically with our pupils, they were engaged throughout. Brilliant! Thank you!”

Tredegar Comprehensive School, NP22

 “Excellent! All pupils were thoroughly engaged throughout the lesson. Will definitely book again!

Hurstmere Foundation School for Boys, DA15

 ‘Fantastic experience for students. Informative and well presented. Would highly recommend’.

Crosby High School, Liverpool L23

“This was a truly brilliant presentation. The pupils and staff were enthralled. The pupils were very excited and motivated and were really enthused about what they learned.”

Video of Denny High School Workshop

ZooLab are experts

ZooLab for everyone

Call us on 0845 330 6322 Email info@zoolabuk.comZooLab is for people of all ages and in all places.
 Simply call us now on 0845 330 6322
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and see how we help you to make that vital
difference and create some real ‘animal magic’.

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