Roadshows provide the opportunity for Learning and Discovery to offer FREE workshops to schools and colleges within the Liverpool City Region along with onsite activities for members of the public. Workshops are typically 60 minutes in duration, consisting of hands on interactive activities whilst catering for a wide range of ages, abilities and additional support needs.

Sessions typically take place from 9.30am onwards, are suitable for pupils aged KS2 and above, can accommodate a maximum of 35 pupils per session with schools welcome to request multiple workshops. For full Terms and Conditions or to book on to one of our upcoming roadshows please contact our Learning and Discovery Community Officer, Hayley Peart or contact us via the link below.

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Here are some of our upcoming projects you could be getting involved in:

BIAZA Grab that gap! | Monday 4th – 8th February 2019

Sessions will seek to engage pupils with the redesign of wild spaces within their school grounds for the benefit of native species. This will be part 1 of a 2-part workshop which will be followed up in June’s BIAZA BioBlitz roadshow. Schools will be encouraged to implement wildlife friendly spaces within their school between Feb-June following their participation in this roadshow.

British Science Week 2019 | Friday 8th – Friday 15th March 2019

The overarching theme for the British Science Week 2018 roadshow was ‘Unveiling the ‘Hidden Science’ behind zoos and safari parks’. To achieve this a series of interactive activities were devised on the following topics: Captive Breeding, Animal Identification, Animal Nutrition, Animal Enclosures.

For 2019 the topic will be all about ‘Journeys!’ 

In this roadshow we’ll be looking at the journeys animals take, with a particular focus on our White rhinos and the European Breeding Programme.

For details how your school or college can get involved with 2019’s British Science Week event please contact Hayley Peart

Wildlife Conservation | Monday 29th April – Friday 3rd May 2019

This roadshow will seek to inform pupils of the work Knowsley Safari are doing to support Bactrian Camels and the work of the Wild Camel Foundation. Workshops are designed to empower young people to feel able to support both local and global wildlife conservation efforts.

For more details on how your school or college can get involved please contact us at

BIAZA BioBlitz | Monday 10th – Friday 14th June 2019

Looking to work with the same schools as those whom participated in the BIAZA Grab the Gap roadshow, those taking part in this roadshow will be supported in surveying the wild spaces they have created within their grounds between Feb-June. Learning vital plant and animal identification skills along the way.


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