What does it take to survive a mass extinction?

Extinction: Not the End of the World? is an opportunity to challenge your students to consider thought-provoking questions.

This specimen-rich exhibition is suitable for students at Key Stage 2 and above. Find printable resources to engage and support Key Stage 4 and A-Level students online, plus information on how to book discounted exhibition tickets for your school group.

Extinction for school groups
Climate Week

This year, the Museum is marking Climate Week with a series of special Nature Live events. Taking place from 79 March, they will be a chance for students to hear about the latest research into climate change.

Students can also explore climate change with a self-led Climate Quest trail or a Key Stage 4 Explore and Discover: Ecosystems guide, available free of charge during this week.

Explore and Discover: Ecosystems
Science on show
Be inspired by the complexity and variety of life on Earth in this energetic science show, which can either be booked as a stand-alone activity for Key Stage 2 or 3, or as part of a structured Key Stage 3 Science Day.
Science Day at the Darwin Centre
A measure of man
Encourage your students to investigate the evidence of evolution and common descent in trials of our new Key Stage 4 Human Evolution workshop. Contact Rachel Haydon on r.haydon@nhm.ac.uk for more information.
Streamed science
Access Museum science from school and bring AS and A-Level biology to life by joining one of our Nature Live Meet the Scientist events, broadcast live from our website, 12.3013.00.

25 February: Salmon and Sea-lice with Prof Geoff Boxshall
11 March: Fishes of the Gogo with Dr Zerina Johanson
18 March: Defeating Disease with Dr Anouk Gouvras
Meet the Scientist
Summer in the Wildlife Garden
Why not include a visit to the Wildlife Garden as part of your trip to the Museum? Explorative workshops for Early Years Foundation and Key Stages 1 and 2 cover themes such as mini-beasts and habitats.
Key Stage 2 information

Call our Bookings Office on 020 7942 5555 for
school visit enquiries and bookings.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

February 2013

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