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Aquatic Birds Guided Tour

Around the park (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Chinese
Min 20 people | Max 60 people

What makes aquatic birds different from perching birds? Find out about the amazing ways these birds have adapted to survive in the water.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Eggs and Chicks Guided Tour

Breeding And Research Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 20 people | Max 60 people

Meet our bird nanny as she shares the challenges of raising bundles of “feathered” joy. Learn about the life cycle of birds, and discover how the Breeding and Research Centre showers the eggs and chicks with tender loving care.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Fit the Bills Guided Tour

Around the park (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
English
Min 20 people | Max 60 people

Explore the different types of bird beaks. Observe their different shapes, sizes and colours, and understand how Mother Nature designed them to help the birds hunt or forage. Also, take part in a feeding session to observe the unique behaviour of flamingos while they eat.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Lory Loft Guided Tour

Lory Loft (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
30min-1h
English
Min 20 people | Max 60 people

Venture into Lory Loft, the world's largest lory flight aviary, and learn about these chatty parrots, their habitat and diet. You can also join a feeding session to lure these colourful lories up close with their favourite nectar.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Bird Park Flies to School: A Squawking Good Time

Pre-School
Primary
30 mins
Min 30 people

Join Dr Squawk as she explores the colourful world of birds! Find out if all birds lay eggs, if they all fly, and how their beautiful feathers help them survive. Get to meet a cockatoo and find out if parrots make good pets.

The animal(s) that Dr Squawk brings are subject to availability.

This programme is conducted in your school.

Local schools only S$ 300 /session

A $300 voucher will be issued to the school upon receipt of payment. This voucher is redeemable for Jurong Bird Park admission charges or in-park educational programme fees for school groups.

Booth: A Squawking Good Time

Primary
45 minutes / session
Booth
Parrots
Maximum: 2 sessions per day (must be back-to-back)

Join us to find out more about parrots! Discover what makes a bird a parrot, learn more about their unique characteristics, and find out what threats to survival they face. Get to meet a cockatoo and find out if parrots make good pets.

Booth content components:

  • Parrot and bird specimens
  • Illegal wildlife trade
  • Animal ambassador interaction

This programme is conducted in your school.

Local schools only S$ 300 /session

A $300 voucher will be issued to the school upon receipt of payment. This voucher is redeemable for Jurong Bird Park admission charges or in-park educational programme fees for school groups.

Bird Park Flies to School: Flightless Feathery Friends

Pre-School
Primary
30 mins
Min 30 people

Join Dr Squawk in her search for flightless birds! Discover how the ostrich, rhea, cassowary and penguin adapt to life on land. Learn about the threats these magnificent birds face and what you can do to help protect them.

This programme is conducted in your school.

Local schools only S$ 300 /session

A $300 voucher will be issued to the school upon receipt of payment. This voucher is redeemable for Jurong Bird Park admission charges or in-park educational programme fees for school groups.

Bird Adaptations Workshop *NEW*

Upper primary
Secondary
1.5 hours / session
English
adaptations
Hands-on
Workshop
Maximum per session: 80 pax | Maximum 2 sessions per day

The study of bird adaptations comes to life with the new hands-on Adaptations Workshop! Students are encouraged to observe and compare real animal specimens and develop hypotheses about the animals’ adaptations. After their group discussions, the class convenes to share their observations and inferences. The students will also have an interaction session with our animal ambassador. 

This programme is conducted in your school in a small group setting.

 

S$ 600 /session
NEWLY LAUNCHED!

Two $300s vouchers will be issued to the school upon receipt of payment. This voucher is redeemable for Jurong Bird Park admission charges or in-park educational programme fees for school groups.

Penguin Adventure

Penguin Coast
Nursery
45 minutes
Outdoor Learning Session
Min 10 people | Max 20 people (2 groups)

Sort out big and small things in the world of penguins. Observe and imitate how penguins. walk and swim. Then take part in a little race to fetch their favourite foods.

Local Preschool ONLY S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 6 /person
*Recommended age group: 2 to 4 years

Penguins & Pals

Penguin Coast
Kindergarten
45 minutes
Indoor Learning Session
Min 15 people | Max 60 people (2 group)

Strut into the popular Penguin Coast and learn about penguins and pals as they glide through the water with speed and agility.

Local Preschool ONLY S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 6 /person
*Recommended age group: 5 to 6 years

Let’s Build a Nest!

Breeding and Research Centre
Kindergarten
45 minutes
Outdoor Learning Session
Min 15 people | Max 30 people (2 groups)

Some birds build nests when they lay eggs. The engineering challenge in this hands-on session is to produce a nest using natural and artificial materials in school or/and in the Bird Park. Children become creative problem-solvers and curious learners as they figure out how a nest may be constructed.

Local Preschool ONLY S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 6 /person
*Recommended age group: 5 to 6 years

Bird Nests

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
Lower Primary
45 mins
Min 30 people

Some animals build their homes high up in the trees while others build underground. Find out about the innovative structures of animal homes. You may just learn a thing or two about architecture from the animal kingdom.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Identify the different types of homes animals live in
  • Learn the different materials animals use to build their homes
  • Discover why many of the animal homes are disappearing and how you can help
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Mad about Birds

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
Lower Primary
45 mins
Min 30 people

Discover the diverse variety of animals in the world. Birds alone are represented by over 10,000 species, all with different adaptations to survive in the environment. Let our feathered friends wow you with their colourful world.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different groups of animals, namely, birds, mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians and invertebrates
  • Find out about the similarities and differences between various groups of animals
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Classification of Animals

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
45 mins
Min 30 people | Max 90 people

Animals are part of nature’s building blocks. Through this lesson, students will learn to identify various animal characteristics in each group. Join us and find out if all flying animals are classified as birds.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand and appreciate the different groups of animals
  • Learn why some animals, even the flightless ones, are identified as birds
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Adaptations of Birds

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
Upper Primary
45 mins
Min 30 people | Max 90 people

Why do animals look different? How do they adapt to the different types of diet? Since birds can fly, do all their wings look the same? What are the adaptations of birds that cannot fly? Unearth the adaptive features of animals in this class.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Understand the differences between structural and behavioural adaptation
  • Understand the different characteristics of habitats and the animals that can be found there
  • Analyse how different birds adapt to each of the different habitats
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Waterfall Aviary Guided Tour

Waterfall Aviary (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
45 mins
Min 20 people | Max 25 people

Join our guided tour and bird-watch in the 13-storey high Waterfall Aviary. This encounter with some 600 free-flying birds ends with a thrilling experience of birds flocking to you to snatch mealworms right from your hands.

Local Schools S$ 6 /person
Public S$ 10 /person

Interdisciplinary Trail (Guided)

Around the park (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
Half day
English
Min 30 pax | Max 60 pax

Let our education staff guide students on a trail that enhances their learning on multi-disciplinary concepts and knowledge about nature and birds.

S$ 8 /person

Interdisciplianry Trail (Self-guided)

Around the park (meet at Park Entrance)
Primary
Secondary
half day
English
Min 30 pax | Max 120 pax

With a trail booklet in hand, students go on a self-guided trail to complete activities at various station. Teachers can facilitate better learning outcomes with pre-trail and post-trail briefings. Trail answers will also be given to them.

S$ 3 /person

Half-day / Full-day Camps @ Jurong Bird Park

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
Half Day
Full Day
Min 25 people | Max 60 people

Extraordinary camp experiences await kids at Jurong Bird Park! Spend an enriching day learning about colourful lories, chatty cockatoos and patterned penguins. Plus, go behind the scenes for interactive activities!

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Overnight Camps @ Jurong Bird Park

Pre-school
Primary
Secondary
Full Day
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

Staying overnight at Jurong Bird Park is a wonderful opportunity for kids to interact in an unconventional environment. Plus, they’ll get to meet our feathered creatures up close, go behind the scenes and enjoy immersive hands-on activities.

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Save the Blue Macaw

Bird Discovery Centre (meet at Park Entrance)
lower primary
45 minutes
Min 30 people | Max 60 people

Optimise your students’ learning journey to Jurong Bird Park and participate in this new enrichment programme to gain greater insights into the blue macaws and their conservation stories.

Programme objectives are to:

  • Learn about the different types of blue macaws
  • Learn more about their threats to survival, and the conservation projects that seek to protect them
Local schools Free
Public S$ 5 /person

Prattling Parrots

Parrot Paradise
Kindergarten
45 minutes
Outdoor Learning Session
Min 15 people | Max 30 people (2 group)

Enjoy an encounter with different types of parrots and listen in to their calls which are used to express emotions or communicate with one another.  Motivate your students to draw inspirations from the parrots to create music using recycled materials.      

Local Preschool ONLY S$ 4 /person
Public S$ 6 /person
*Recommended age group: 5 to 6 years
  1. For school groups only: For every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join the tour for free. The ‘10:1 ratio’ only applies when schools meet the minimum number of people required
  2. Programme prices include 7% GST but exclude Jurong Bird Park admission.
  3. Prices and programmes are correct at point of communication and subject to change without prior notice.
  4. Group must still pay for the minimum number of people required even if the actual number falls short.
  5. Programmes are available on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability. 
  6. Outdoor learning sessions are weather permitting. In the event of wet weather, the Education department reserves the right to replace the affected outdoor programme with an indoor programme at the staff’s discretion
  7. Indoor venues are subject to availability based on time of booking. In the event the original venue is not available, a suitable alternative will be arranged.