We now offer a series of virtual programmes to facilitate e-learning and continue our engagement with your students.
In response to the current situation, we have launched Virtual Programmes From The Wild to enhance e-learning in schools. With the help of animal ambassadors, these programmes facilitate the 'See, Think, Wonder’ thinking routine and hone problem-solving skills.
Play the video to check out what Fragile Forest Goes To School has to offer.
Think this might just be the programme for your school? Click here to make your booking*!
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Explore the rainforest with us virtually and get ready to move along with the jungle nymph, the lesser mousedeer,and the Malayan flying fox!
Zoom through Wild Africa with our giraffes, white rhinoceros and cheetahs in this story based tour.
Students will be able to:
Explore the rainforest with us virtually and get ready to move along with the jungle nymph, the lesser mousedeer, and the Malayan flying fox!
Zoom through the Wild African plains with our giraffes, our white rhinoceros, and our cheetahs in this story-based tour.
Reptiles are cool. Discover what the chameleon, the giant tortoise and the king cobra have in common and how they differ.
Always wanted to work in the zoo? This online session focuses on the animal keepers, veterinarians and wildlife nutritionists who work to keep Singapore Zoo safe and successful.
Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS)manages Singapore Zoo, River Safari, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park. It plays a key role globally as a wildlife institution and at the same time, provides exceptional wildlife experiences to thousands of tourists each year. Go behind-the-scenes to find out how a huge team with diverse expertise works together to ensure its success and remain relevant in the ever-changing landscape of the leisure industry.
Discover how Wildlife Reserves Singapore actively protects wildlife by supporting local and regional conservation projects, providing world-class care for its living collection and rescued animals, and embracing sustainable best practices.