My Primary School assemblies cater to the full range of ages at Primary School to take the children on a real animal adventure that teaches them important lessons about conservation and the environment, and most importantly the way people live alongside wildlife.
Everything within the animal assemblies is tailored to the age group, whether the assembly is for a group of 11 year olds, 5 year olds, or a mixture of age groups. I’m an experienced presented and entertainer, and uses language and ideas that all the children can understand. The animals involved in the assemblies are sourced very carefully and all have a very special story that the children will find interesting.
Children of all ages are excited to get to know our team of animals, including monitor lizards, toads, crocodiles, and owls. Children can only usually experience these animals in zoos or on TV – bringing this mini zoo to the school provides a unique opportunity to get to know animals and learn more about how to live alongside them. They also have the opportunity to see the animals in action as they eat their prey in front of the school.
TV Experience at School
I have appeared on a range of TV shows to discuss conservation and animals in general. I’ve also travelled the world to work with dangerous and venomous animals. My infectious enthusiasm and outgoing personality makes sure every child gets involved in the assembly and wants to know more about my adventures.
Learning About Conservation and the Environment
It’s never too early to learn about conservation, but sometimes the terms need to be changed to words children understand (and can pronounce!). Every assembly is prepared to make sure all of the children understand why conservation is important and what it involves.
My Primary School assemblies don’t just talk about conservation – they help fund it. Assembly bookings from Primary Schools are used to fund School of Croc, which educates children in the UK and Africa about conservation issues and helps them work together to overcome their personal challenges.