Classification, Adaptation and Food Chains

Gallery Oldham

  • Activity
  • KS 2
  • Natural History
  • Science


Pupils investigate and classify animals using observable features and a key then play interactive games to explore classification and food chains. They visit the galleries to identify and record the similarities and differences of animals from local habitats around Oldham.
Pupils discover how features are adapted to suit animals’ lifestyles and habitats. They also learn about the importance of conservation and listen to poetry inspired by nature.


Standard workshop £100

Standard in-house workshops last 2 hours and can be booked for the morning or afternoon.

Self-guided visits are free but please book in advance with the Education Assistant

Venue Info

For more information about Gallery Oldham please visit the venue page

Gallery Oldham


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