There can be little doubt that children learn more when they are having fun. It’s the taking part, the getting stuck in and the being hands-on that creates a more memorable learning experience. And that’s what Bug Storeys is all about. For schools, the suite of Bug Storeys teaching resources includes lesson plans, activities and project work especially developed to meet national curriculum learning outcomes across all key subjects.
Bug Storeys also offers a range of brilliant ‘Bug Day’ workshops designed to entertain and educate children on a whole variety of buggy subjects.
Bug Storeys unique, outdoor wildlife habitat and study centre provides pupils with a tangible and interactive learning tool and teachers with an exciting and inspiring new resource that can be incorporated throughout the curriculum. It is accompanied by a wealth of constantly evolving and expanding experiences, activities and professional teaching resources; it works across all seasons and all subjects; it encourages year-round intervention and responsibility and it gives every pupil the opportunity to get outside, get away from the classroom and get close to nature.
'As a Year 3 teacher and Science Coordinator for the same age group I have found Bug Storeys incredibly adaptable to different aspects of the curriculum already, and it has only been here for half a term! We have had such fun populating it with bugs and the children have loved scrabbling around in the bushes and compost area searching for a whole myriad of bugs from beetles to woodlice.'
Moulsford Preparatory School