Stay up to date with our family-oriented and Educational offerings in the park. Learn more about our community engagement and volunteer contributions too!
We're celebrating the nation's birthday with a celebration of our native wildlife! Drop by our Native Wildlife booth to learn more about the local species in our park collections, and how WRS supports their conservation efforts through education, rescue, and research.
Get a chance to examine the specimens and discover unique facts about them from our friendly facilitators!
River Safari has recently launched its newest animal presentation: Once Upon A River! Our Education team presented a Discovery Booth in support of the new show. Guests dropping by the booth learnt more about animals impacted by river pollution, and went away with their own Eco-Journals crafted from recycled materials.
Our most popular family camp has made its way to River Safari! Spend some quality family time learning about the aquatic wonders of the park, and spend the night snoozing in the depths of the Amazon Flooded Forest with the manatees.
*Highlights of this camp:
*These activities are subjected to changes.
*Ages 5 - 12
May 2018 saw the official launch of our Wow Wild Learn (WWL) programme in Malay! This programme was originally launched in 2016 as a collaboration between Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL) and WRS.
This year, we expanded WWL to be an inclusive mother-tongue programme, with Malay and Tamil offerings.
With WWL, language learning goes beyond the classroom and comes alive through interactive activities and a visit to the pandas at River Safari!
Here's a glimpse at some of the mayhem our workshop attendees got up to during the 2-day teacher training workshops WRS conducted for ECDA's Innovation Projects Grant 2018 - hands-on activities, songs, and cross-pollination of ideas amongst fellow educators!
These teachers were tasked with applying what they'd learnt during the workshop in creating a learning centre entirely out of recycled materials, while incorporating 2 domains of learning.
Each year, we celebrate our passionate volunteers and their invaluable contributions to raising societal awareness of conservation issues. Their hard work and passion does not go unrecognized, and culminates in the annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.
In this video from 2017's dinner, watch as volunteers across our parks reflect on their time in the programme.