Exploring the great outdoors is incredibly worthwhile for all ages. Students will gain knowledge and develop practical skills through programmes linked to the curriculum or make use of numerous enrichment opportunities at our education centres or at your site. We cater for all ages and abilities. We also offer: Forest School, schools outreach and INSET training.
As well as the website link above, you could also look at our activities here: www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/Learning and www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/activities.
Broxhill Road Havering-atte-Bower Essex RM4 1QH
Some sites have a Teacher Briefing available at the top of the page, but the following download is a general Teacher Briefing for The Land of the Fanns. We recommend you download this briefing before visiting any of the sites listed on this resource.Download Teacher Briefing
Mature woodland, Wildflower meadows, Ponds, streams, lake and marshy areas.
Captive herd of Red Deer, Wild deer - Fallow, Roe and Muntjac
Bird highlights include all three species of Woodpecker, Nuthatch and Hobby, and in winter a large corvid roost, with hundreds of Rooks, Crows and Jackdaws gathering near the deer pen.
The meadows and ponds provide superb habitats for a variety of invertebrates including a wide variety of butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies.
Cuckoo Flower, Pignut and Ragged Robin in the Spring.
Many exotic trees originally planted in the mansion gardens still survive, such as Cedar of Lebanon, Holm Oak, Monkey-puzzle, Giant Redwood and Yew.