Every October, schools across the country celebrate our wonderful whales, dolphins and porpoises by taking part in Whale Education Month.
ORCA produce a free lesson pack including sessions that are linked to the national curriculum and give KS2 students extra support in Science, English and Maths.
ORCA offers schools, colleges and universities the chance to give students of all ages an unforgettable experience that will enrich their learning immeasurably.
Operating on ferries out of both Newcastle and Portsmouth, these trips combine ORCA’s background in citizen science with their experience of inspiring young people, showing them first hand conservation projects.
To support families at home and teachers, from Monday 23rd March, ORCA will be producing interactive lessons, activities and Q&A sessions about wonderful whales and dolphins!
To sign up, pop your details in the survey here: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ORCAlessons and we will send you all further info.
Please tell as many people as possibe so everyone can get involved!
In October each year, hundreds of schools and thousands of students take part in ORCA’s Whale Education Month month. This is an annual event with different topics each year. Although we encourage schools to deliver the materials in October, teachers can use the materials all year to inspire students about wonderful whales and dolphins.
Every October, ORCA produces a series of educational resources for schools and home educators, with the theme for 2021 being Incredible Journeys. These fun and interactive resources link in with the National Curriculum and provides students support in the topics of science, geography, maths and English. Don’t forget, you can view all resources from past Whale Education Month lessons below.