The Park is an amazing place to explore, and is one big outdoor classroom! Teachers and group leaders are able to bring groups independently or book a visit with a member of our experienced Park team. We work with teachers and local group leaders who would like to bring a group to the Park which will bring a range of subjects to life or we can bring the Park to them via virtual sessions. We focus on connecting local people to the Park in an engaging and inspiring way.

We work with you to develop a visit that reflects your groups’ interests and needs. Education visits are aimed to cater for a range of age groups and curriculum areas:

Conservation and Biodiversity (Key Stages 1 and 2): Students can explore the Parklands by completing a Biodiversity Treasure trail, discover wetland habitats and ponds through a supervised pond dipping session and take part in seasonal conservation activities (varies depending on the time of year).

Energy and Sustainability (Key Stage 3) This visit begins in the Park’s Visitor Centre at Kings Yard, the heart of the Park’s sustainable energy centre. After an introduction to energy production students will head onto the Park for a wider tour introducing them to how the Park evolved from one of the most sustainable Games venues ever to an emerging sustainable development where people live, work and socialise.

Education visits are between 2-3 hours long, occur on a weekday between 10.30am-4pm and must be pre-booked. Our team requires a minimum of four weeks’ notice. A limited number are available to schools and groups from the host Boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest and Newham free of charge.