The outreach programmes from Dublin Zoo tie in with the SESE (Social Environmental and Scientific Education) primary curricula and 6 sessions
The outreach programmes from Dublin Zoo tie in with the SESE (Social Environmental and Scientific Education) primary curricula and 6 sessions of 45 minutes each will take place in Portlaoise Library on November 14th. All sessions combine a presentation, biofacts and video clips of animals at Dublin Zoo. There are no live animals. This fun, interactive outreach use biofacts such as skulls, skins and other interesting specimens to explore the science of wildlife and conservation. We are delighted to welcome the outreach team from Dublin Zoo to the Midlands Science Festival for the first time.
Ears, Teeth, Tails & Feet is suitable for 1st and 2nd class in primary school level and it focussed on animal adaptation and it involves both science and geography. It will encourage the students to work scientifically and explore living things, geography and natural environments. Places are limited so bookings direct to Portlaoise Library on 057 86 22333.
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm