Project Kingfisher is our educational programme, designed to challenge children to learn more about their local river, its history, wildlife and the role we can all play in protecting rivers for the future.
Free assemblies for all schools!
Free river sessions for schools in the
Hogsmill River and Beverley Brook catchments!
(while funding lasts)
To find out if your school is in either of these areas, check our catchment map here.
For all other schools, our outdoor river sessions cost:
£179 for 1 X 2 hour session
£250 for 2 X 2 hour sessions on the same day (one in the morning, one in the afternoon).
Standard session times: 9:45am-11:45am or 12:45pm-2:45pm
Timings can be altered to meet your needs.
This assembly introduces pupils to the local river. They will be taken on a journey from source to mouth to discover what creatures can be found along the way!
The assembly lasts half an hour. It is suitable for any primary school age group, and can be delivered to the whole school, targeted year groups or split across key stages.
If booking more than one assembly, please book them so that they run consecutively but allow 20 minutes between assemblies to reset resources.
Outdoor River Sessions
Outdoor river sessions take place on the River Wandle, the Beverley Brook and the Hogsmill River.
Our outdoor sessions cover a range of topics all linked to the National Curriculum. Each session includes a chance to explore the area and engage in hands on activities about the river.
For outline session plans, click on the relevant key stage below each topic.
What creatures are hidden in the reeds or lurk beneath the shadows of the water? In this session, children will discover what wildlife lives in and around the river. Topics covered include habitats, classification and adaptation.
Project Kingfisher would like to thank these funders for their support: