Learning can be exciting and experiential at Singapore Zoo. Through a multi-disciplinary approach, our programmes connect students with wildlife, plant life, culture, civilisation, environmental science and conservation issues.

Indoor

Enrichment (Currently Unavailable)

Outdoor

Selected tours now available

Zoo Goes To School

Talks (Currently Unavailable)

Free & Easy

Free & Easy Visit

Free & Easy Visit

Not looking for our programmes? Visit us for a Free & Easy visit to our park as you planned your own learning journey with your students by using our resources to guide you in your planning, and click here to register your visit with us. 

F.A.Q

10:1 ratio is only applicable for local secondary, local junior colleges, and ITE. This ratio for Every group of 10 paying students, 1 adult is entitled to join either our guided tour or lesson for free. This ratio will only apply when schools meet the minimum number of people required. 
Programme pricing is excluding admission rates to Singapore Zoo. 
If the minimum pax requirement is not met, we will not proceed with the programme. However, if the school would like to proceed, the school will be required to pay for the minimum pax requirement even if the number of students is below the said requirement.
No, please look out for our email to you. If the preferred time selected is available, we will send you a booking confirmation email. If the slot is already taken up, we will email you to advise alternatives.
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
The voucher is redeemable for Singapore Zoo admission charges or in-park educational programme fees for school groups. It is valid for 6 months from the date of issue. 
  1. Talks are ideal for assemblies and for addressing an entire cohort within a limited timeframe. Talks follow a 'show-and-tell' format with the use of specimens, an animal ambassador, and mass participation activities. 
  2. Booths place more emphasis on staff-student interaction, hands-on experiences with the specimens, and closer observation of our animal ambassador (where applicable). These are ideal for recesses or school events.
  3. Workshops are catered to older students (upper Primary) in smaller settings. Using inquiry-based approaches, these topics focus on science-process skills, observation, and group discussions. An animal ambassador will also be present.

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