We currently have sessions for Years 3 and 4 exploring Science, Geography and History, all developed directly from the National Curriculum. All trips are available as half or full days, unless stated otherwise.
“The children were very engaged. They loved the hands-on elements of the day in Meanwhile Gardens and the flower dissection!”
Year 3 Class Teacher
See our local area from a new perspective as we investigate, identify and classify animals around us. Understand the place of different animals in the food chain and how they have adapted to their environment. Encounter a range of creatures great and small!
Develop a kinship with nature as we explore the amazing diversity of plant life around us! As a plant detective, classify living things and explore the job played by each part of a plant.
Please note this trip is not available from December to February.
Come aboard for our hands-on investigation of electricity and how it is used. See electricity in action in everyday life and learn how to put together an electrical circuit. What will make or break the circuit?
Please note this session is available as a half day only. Why not match it with another session to make a full day?
Our Local Area
Explore the geography of Little Venice through the waterways. Understand how our local area has changed over time. Compare the past and present from a new perspective and sharpen up investigative skills.
We are currently adapting our Floating Through History module from Upper Key Stage 2 for Lower Key Stage 2. Please contact us if you would like more information.
Our trips are tailored to directly address National Curriculum learning objectives. Floating Classroom Lower Key Stage 2 programmes cover the following National Curriculum topics:
- Local Area
- Human Themes
- Fieldwork and Investigation
- Animals, including humans
- Working Scientifically
For more detailed information on the trip content, costs and how to book, please contact Cameron Drysdale, our Learning Programme Manager, on 0203 214 3118 or via our contact page.