Primary programmes

 

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Autumn NEW programme for EYFS +
We're Going on a Bear Hunt English and art for foundation-stage children using Michael Rosen & Helen Oxenbury's story +
Elmer Based on David McKee's story 'Elmer and the Lost Teddy'. English, art and science for foundation-stage children +

Yr1

Fibonacci Fun Study the Fibonacci series and its occurrence in nature.

 

 

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Forest School Taster Days Choose from a range of Forest School style activities. + + +
Global Fruit Trail World fruits, science, global trade, sustainability. Make a fruit kebab.

 

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Habitats and Adaptations Environmental activities focusing on up to six different habitats

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Islamic Art NEW: Plants in Islamic Art. Create own work using stencils.
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Life Cycles A selection of activities on plant and animal life cycles
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Journeys to Christmas Plants and the Christmas story (November to December only)

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Maths Trail Differentiated maths activities in the Botanic Garden

 

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Plants Wow! An introduction to the exciting world of plants
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Rainforests

See our rainforest glasshouse, compare with other environments, make a Henri Rousseau picture
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Sculpture Learn more our permanent sculpture collection, make a clay sculpture and a natural sculpture

 

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Local History Archaeology

Discover what we can learn from history through archaeology
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Local History  People and their Homes Learn about people who lived locally and their homes and gardens.
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Waste Busters Follow a trail and learn about reusing, recycling and composting
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Whole World Cake Plants, food and people

 

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Winter Woodlands Footprints, shelter building, painting cloth with fruit dyes, Tree ID, exploring. + +
Woodland Adventures

A selection activities at the Attenborough Arboretum.

Trees, Minibeasts, Animal Homes, Green Man masks, Parts of Plants, Orienteering.

Also NEW for 2019 Autumn for EYFS

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World Cup? Compare the climates and plant life in competing countries. Plus a simulation exercise about the pros and cons of hosting an international sporting event.
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Visitors to Botanic Garden

The visitor entrance to the Botanic Garden is on Glebe Road, Oadby LE2 2LD. Parking is on Glebe Road

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Contact us

Correspondence address:
University of Leicester Botanic Garden,
University Road,
Leicester, LE1 7RH

Botanic Garden office phone: 0116 271 2933
(Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
botanicgarden@le.ac.uk

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Accessibility

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The University of Leicester is committed to equal access to our facilities. DisabledGo has a detailed accessibility guide for the Botanic Garden.

Café in the Garden

Refreshment facilities

We regret that University Catering no longer provides a café in the Botanic Garden. However, we will be offering refreshments at some of our special events. For details see our events calendar on our website.