Whether before a visit to the zoo, after a visit or just in your everyday learning, we want to make sure you have everything you need to help young people explore the natural world and discover how they can work for wildlife.
Animal activities to support your learning
Bring your learning to life with activities which capture your students imagination and deepen their appreciation of the natural world.
We can bring the Zoo to you! Explore our range of online and virtual learning opportunities. Online careers workshops and Scientist In Your Classroom run from London Zoo, whilst many of our Digital Outreach Workshops (currently available for KS1-2) run from our sister site, Whipsnade Zoo, in Bedfordshire.
Helping young people explore what future might be possible for them, as well as related courses to enable them to gain the necessary experience and employability skills to achieve their goals.
Our scientists and conservationists are here to answer your burning questions, from careers advice to their most memorable moments out in the field.
Our sister Zoo, Whipsnade, run digital outreach workshops to connect your classroom with nature.
The perfect event for anyone looking to pursue an animal-related career.
The 2023 Prince Philip Award & Marsh Prize for studies in animal biology
Do you have any budding scientists? ZSL's Prince Philip Award and Marsh Prize is a great opportunity to present an account of practical work involving some aspect of animal biology. Open to students under 19 years old, entrants showcase their work to a panel of scientists and education officers. The winner receives a monetary prize (£600) and a certificate. Also looks impressive on a university personal statement. For more information, please visit Prince Philip Award and Marsh Prize Guidelines 2023. Closing date for entries 15 January 2024.