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Seven Sisters Country Park - Sussex Wildlife Trust

Seven Sisters Country Park is a designated site of Special Scientific Interest within the South Downs National Park and Heritage Coast. It has a wonderful range of habitats including grassland, woodland, wetland, and coastal and marine where a whole range of geographical and environmental studies can be undertaken. The Sussex Wildlife Trust, in partnership with the South Downs National Park and with kind permission of Forest Enterprise, employs a team of leaders to run educational visits to Seven Sisters Country Park.

Address

Seven Sisters Country Park
Exceat
Seaford
East Sussex
BN25 4AD

Contact Details

Main contact:
Filma Dyer
01273 497561

Facilities

  • Coach parking
  • Covered space
  • Disabled toilets
  • Hand washing facilities
  • Toilets

Classroom

Delivery Items

  • Pre-visit information available
  • Provision of materials/equipment/livestock
  • Risk assessment
  • Set programmes

We provide programmes for KS1 through to Tertiary. There are opportunities for fieldwork in a variety of habitats in a unique natural landscape. We will try our best to provide a day that fits in with the teacher's requirements based on the range of activities set out in the Educational Programmes. We invite you to come on a learning adventure with us. This can take place in the woodland, on the park, on the seashore or along the river. Our programmes are themed and designed to encourage investigative, hands on learning which is fun and stimulating.

Pricing

Nursery: £3.50 per pupil per half day - maximum 30 pupils (minimum charge £60)
Non-returnable Deposit: £30 (PER DAY)
Foundation: £7 per pupil per day - maximum 15 pupils (minimum charge £60)
Non-returnable Deposit: £50 (PER DAY)
KS1 and 2: £7 per pupil per day (minimum charge £110)
KS3 and 4 GCSE: £7 per student per day (minimum charge £110)
Non-returnable Deposit: £50 (PER DAY)
Charge for extended visit (over 4.5 hour set programme) £25 per hour (maximum £50)
Evening Talk: £65
Special Needs Schools: Minimum charge of £80
Non-returnable Deposit: £50 (PER DAY)
KS3 and 4 Tourism and Recreation walk/talk: £4.50 per student per 1/2 day (minimum charge £120)
1 hour talk in the Pump Barn: £100 - maximum 40 students
'A' Level and Tertiary
£13 per student per day (minimum charge £110)
£7 per 1/2 day - maximum 30 students per group (minimum charge £80 per group)
Non-refundable Deposit: £50 (PER DAY)

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