Would you and your pupils like to know more about the beautiful natural Harbour environment on your doorstep? Our team can visit your school with workshops and presentations. These in-school visits are free for local schools, with sessions for KS1 and 2. All aim to encourage enquiry about your pupils’ local natural environment of Chichester Harbour. Sessions link to the Science and Geography curriculum.

Key Stage 1

Introduction to Chichester Harbour

This is an engaging and fun introduction to Chichester Harbour with audience participation and a sing-along.
Group size: 30 – 90 pupils

  • Where and what is Chichester Harbour?
  • What animals and plants live there?
  • Who likes to visit the Harbour?
  • Who looks after the Harbour?

Key Stage 2 (Year 5 or 6)

Harbour Habitats’ Challenge Workshop

This is an interactive and fun workshop to look at our local Harbours’ animals and habitats. This is a 90 minute workshop with pupils working in small groups, visiting different ‘stations’, to do activities and answer questions.
Group size: 32 pupils (max)

  • Science curriculum links:
  • Living things and their habitats
  • Adaptations and classification
  • Food chains
  • Environmental problems – freshwater pollution and litter

Geography, wildlife and environment

This is an interactive presentation to look at the geography, wildlife and environment of Chichester Harbour. Pupils will learn about protecting marine and coastal environments, and the impact that plastics and other pollutants are having on these habitats.
Group size: 30 – 90 pupils
Approximately 45 – 60 minutes long and curriculum linked