Invite our Hertfordshire zoo to your classroom with our offsite school visits!
Would you like Paradise Wildlife Park to come to you? Our Outreach Team can visit your school/venue with a variety of different exciting learning tasks.
Our topic list is currently under review, but in the meantime we are available to discuss your specific learning needs and see what we can do to help. Standard options include careers days and conservation talks which include a chance to explore some rare and endangered animal artefacts from Heathrow Airport Customs.
The topic of our outreach can be adapted to suit your learning needs and age range, please disclose this information when booking.
With your visit, you will be introduced to one of our highly qualified education team members. The topic of choice can be adapted to suit the needs of your group, but generally we aim to cover as much information as we can!
As of July 2019, Paradise Wildlife Park will no longer be offering animals in outreach*. We hope that regular service users will understand that our decision has been in the best interest for our animal’s welfare, and for the quality of our education products. We are currently reviewing our topics and hope to have these confirmed and updated by July 2019.
We are able to visit groups within a 30 mile radius of the zoo. SEND and extracurricular groups are also very welcome! Please advise of your group type when inquiring.
Our 45 minute outreach sessions are priced at £69 for a group of up to 35 students, or two back to back sessions at the total cost of £103.50 (please email for more information).
To book or make an inquiry please call 01992 470490, or email Amy at email@example.com
* We are still able to offer a select few animals to visit those with additional needs including SEND groups and care homes. Please contact Education for further information or to check if you are eligible for this option.
As of July 2019, Paradise Wildlife Park will no longer be offering animals in outreach to groups other than those with additional needs such as SEND groups and care homes. We hope that regular service users will understand that our decision has been in the best interest for our animal’s welfare, and for the quality of our education products.
All animals taking part in outreach are captive bred and chosen based on their comfort level with human interaction. Visits are carried out in accordance with the RSPCA visiting animal scheme and in line with the local authorities code of practise.
Participants will not hold any animals, but may have the opportunity to stroke them. This is always judged based on the animals’ behaviour throughout the visit. Under no circumstance will we allow a stressed animal to be handled.
Booking is easy – we are open everyday except Christmas Day