Educational visits

Liverpool Environmental Advocate Team (LEAT) offers a wide range of educational and instructive sessions here at Croxteth, as well as other local parks, cemeteries and green spaces throughout the city - in line with the council's lifelong learning principles.

We aim to contribute toward a deeper and longer lasting appreciation of the environment in which we live and to improving people’s mental and physical health.

Self led visits

All our attractions are school-friendly. We can provide you with back-up information and activities for pupils to help you get the most from your visit. Begin or end your visit with a session in our Corris Classroom.

LEAT (Ranger) led programmes

We have experience of working with EYFS/KS1/2/3 and our sessions are easily adapted to meet the needs of SEND pupils.

We support the delivery of the National Curriculum by transforming parks and woodlands into outdoor classrooms.

In addition we offer:

  • All the resources you need for a successful visit, including worksheets, teachers notes and risk assessments.
  • Heritage and local history sessions at CHCP - such as our flagship role playing event, 'Victorian Christmas'.
  • Study of seasonal change.
  • Plant growth.
  • Habitats and mini-beasts.

All our staff are DBS cleared.

How much?

LEAT sessions at Croxteth Hall and Country Park start at £125 per class (max 30 children).

We can also come to your school or local park to save you the cost of coach hire, from £150 per class (max 30 children).

Visit Ednet to see our most popular sessions and to download a selection of teachers notes.

Find out more

Use our form to tell us about you, your school and the type of what trip you are planning. If you have booked with us before and want to book again, you can also use this form.

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