A mosaic of wetland habitats awaits your class at Ham Wall nature reserve.
What we offer
Our Avalon Marshes reserves, including Ham Wall, lie within the northern part of the Somerset Levels, about two miles west of Glastonbury.
Steeped in history, archaeology, wildlife and atmosphere, there is so much for your class to explore.
Our exciting variety of hands-on activities ensure memorable learning experiences throughout the year. Boardwalks, hides and viewing platforms enable groups to experience the wetland wildlife of Avalon Marshes at close quarters.
We've got a visitor centre with indoor space available for classes, a boardwalk, pond-dipping platforms and much more for you to explore!
To find out more, take a look at the list of the programmes and contact us to make a booking.
Each programme is designed to last two hours; sessions run from 10am - 12pm, and then 12.30pm - 2.30pm. Two programmes can be combined to make a whole day visit.
Our work at Avalon Marshes is kindly supported by Natural England.
How to find us:
For directions to Ham Wall visit the reserve page.
Programmes available on this reserve
PDF, 239KbBrilliant Birds (EYFS and KS1)
PDF, 240KbDiscovering Pond Minibeasts (EYFS and KS1)
PDF, 240KbDiscovering Land Minibeasts (EYFS and KS1)
PDF, 161KbSeasonal Sensory Walk (EYFS and KS1)
PDF, 157KbPlant Detectives (KS1)
PDF, 75KbRocks and Soils (KS2)
PDF, 82KbInvestigating Minibeasts (KS2)
PDF, 78KbLiving Things and their Habitat (KS2)
PDF, 82KbPond/Mud Habitat Study (KS2)
PDF, 77KbDiscovering Birds (KS2)
Word doc, 33KbEcological investigations and sampling (KS3 Science)
Word doc, 29KbManaging for Water Quality (KS4 GCSE Science Biology - 2016)
Word doc, 26KbBiology Human Impact (KS5, A Level)
Word doc, 27KbSampling Biodiversity (KS5, A Level Biology)
Word doc, 27KbSuccession (KS5, A level Biology)