Safari Pete school assemblies are unlike anything your children have seen before. It’s the most relevant, modern and inspiring approach to conservation for kids, and always push boundaries in children’s education.
Children will be given an insight into what conservation truly is and join me in debates. They will also be given a chance to meet various animals that all have an important story, whether they were illegally taken from the wild or unwanted pets, and their message will become clear over the duration of the assembly. The presentations are always geared towards the age group to ensure that they understand the message, whether it’s aimed for nursery or yr 6 students.
Conservation has many different branches I believe in one that has people in communities around the world are included as a very important role in the protection and preservation of wildlife and their habitats.
Predator vs Prey
The most talked about highlight of the assembly is definitely feeding time. Kids will be asked questions about the food that they eat and learn where food comes from (especially meat). They will witness a snake and/or a monitor lizard eating it’s prey – this is something that the children really take to as it is something they are not often challenged with in life, so building up an understanding of the way animals kill including is humans is highly educational.
Crocs are Cool
Being a crocodile capture specialist, giving the kids a chance to meet my favourite animal is very exciting for me. Thanks to the authorities we work with in the UK, Safari Pete and family member Charles Mason (founder of my partner team at Impeyan Productions) are one of the only companies to be given a chance to allow for children in schools to meet a real live crocodile. Kids love the exciting stories of my many captures rescues and community conservation projects around the globe that involve crocodiles.
Simulated Safari Missions
Finding animals is a winner it’s always exiting for children to feel that they’ve achieved something over the course of the assembly. Spotting animals that have become camouflaged as part of your school furniture is a must and there are many options for this including snake, bug, and amphibian safari missions.
Anti Poaching Squad
As one of the only traveling wild shows in the country that spends time on genuine conservation projects in the wild, I’ve been lucky enough to spend time with various anti poaching squads. The children can also join me and learn what I’ve learnt about poachers and the way we track them. This is a very fun and aimed at yrs 3 and above.
Thanks to Charles at impeyan.net safari Pete is the 1st and only traveling wildlife show for schools that directly runs charitable projects for children around the world so you be assured of your investment in us. Please take time and look at the School of Croc project as you will directly fund this by booking with us.