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Woodgreen is here for pets and their people. From specialist care at our centre to expert advice for owners, we help thousands of pets every year. Our education resources guide young people through both the needs of pets and safety around dogs, empowering the next generation with the skills and knowledge to be the best pet owners they can be.

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Woodgreen is here for pets and their people. From specialist care at our centre to expert advice for owners, we help thousands of pets every year. Our education resources guide young people through both the needs of pets and safety around dogs, empowering the next generation with the skills and knowledge to be the best pet owners they can be.
Animal Accounting - Maths in a Real Life Context!
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Animal Accounting - Maths in a Real Life Context!

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Bringing numeracy to life through using 'real' data can instantly stir an interest in young students. If that 'real' data is related to animals, a subject popular with so many young children, the potential exists for numeracy to be transformed into a fun and engaging subject for even the most resilient maths learners! This pack offers the flexibility of raw data for use as you wish within numeracy teaching, together with photocopiable resources meeting clear year by year learning objectives. Have fun and enjoy!
Pet Protection Lesson
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Pet Protection Lesson

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Discover the work of Wood Green, the Animals Charity and explore how the Animal Welfare act protects pets through interactive and thought provoking activities.
Pet Purchasing Power
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Pet Purchasing Power

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An interactive session stimulating class discussion and debate through considering the needs of pets, and our responsibility as consumers.
Working for an animal charity
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Working for an animal charity

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There are numerous jobs and careers working with animals, which although are often hard work and both physically and mentally demanding, can be hugely rewarding. This pack contains examples of some of the typical paid job roles within Wood Green, The Animals Charity. Some job roles involve working directly with animals, others help the animals and the Charity in a more indirect way.
Pet Care Club
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Pet Care Club

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Welcome to Wood Green’s pet club! Pet club consists of six taught sessions so is ideal for a weekly lunchtime or after school club. The club is suitable for KS2 children, ideally years five and six but can be delivered right across the key stage. We recommend a group size of up to 20 depending on age and ability, although smaller groups will benefit from more hands on opportunities. The club is fun, fast paced, packed full of simple activities and supported each week by a presentation filled with images and videos to support key messages. You do not need to be a pet expert to run a pet club – in fact you don’t need to know anything about pets, everything you need to know is provided! Each of the first five weeks of pet club are based around the five welfare needs, the things all animals need to be healthy and happy as outlined in the Animal Welfare Act. We have broken these down into easy to remember bite size chunks and made them relevant for most common pets. The six weeks of pet club are: Home Diet Companionship Vet care Normal behaviour Ambassador week At the start and end of the club we ask children to complete a short quiz so that we can measure their change in knowledge and empathy towards animals. Results will be collated by Wood Green and shared with you to celebrate the journey the children have taken. In the final ambassador week of pet club, children will explore how they would like to share their learning with the school community. Through running a pet club, you will be making a positive difference to people and pets in your local community, while having a lot of fun throughout the journey. When you are ready to start your club, pop us an email and we can send out your pet pledge booklets and stickers so you are all ready to go. Have fun!
Woody's Dog Safety Workshop - Key Stage 2
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Woody's Dog Safety Workshop - Key Stage 2

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A fun, interactive lesson taking children on a journey discovering everything they need to know about staying safe around dogs. Your class will become dog safety experts as they learn what dogs like and don’t like, how to stay safe at home and out and about and learn when even the friendliest of dogs need time alone. An essential guide to dog safety, delivered by an experienced educator alongside Woody and Wiggles, two animated dogs. This is a pre recorded presentation complete with a detailed session plan, making it clear when you need to pause the presentation for the children to take part in an activity. Don’t expect to be sitting down for long! Learning objectives: To recognise how to stay safe around dogs To understand that in some situations it is best to leave a dog alone SMSC links: Pupils have a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about others and the world around them Pupils understand the consequences of their behaviour and actions on the welfare of their pet
British Values and the Five Welfare Needs - Cats and Dogs
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British Values and the Five Welfare Needs - Cats and Dogs

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Pupils explore the five welfare needs of pets and how they relate to responsible pet ownership. With fun, interactive group activities and discussions, these workshops empower pupils to make a difference to pets in their local communities. This session focuses on cats and dogs. This is a pre recorded presentation led by an experienced educator from Wood Green. Don’t expect to be sitting down for long though, there’s plenty of opportunity to get moving around and interact with the fun activities. Learning objectives: Pupils can name and describe the five welfare needs for a pet Pupils can describe how an animal is feeling in different situations Pupils can describe how Wood Green, The Animals Charity helps people and pets SMSC links: Pupils have a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about others and the world around them Pupils understand the consequences of their behaviour and actions on the welfare of their pet BV links: Pupils understand how they can contribute positively to society Suggested ages: KS2
Make Henry Hamster a Happy Home - What do pets need?
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Make Henry Hamster a Happy Home - What do pets need?

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A fun, interactive session where children meet Henry the hamster in need of a new home. Through pair discussions help him choose a cage, bedding, toys and friends and see if he is happy with your choices. This is a pre recorded presentation led by an experienced educator from Wood Green. Don’t expect to be sitting down for long though, there’s plenty of opportunity to get moving around and interact with the fun activities. You’ll even have an imaginary hamster sitting on all of your hands by the end! Learning objectives: Pupils can recognise all animals have basic needs. Pupils can start to demonstrate compassion towards animals. SMSC links: Pupils have a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about the world around them. Pupils understand the consequences of their behaviour and actions on the welfare of their pets. Suggested ages: Reception, Year 1 and Year 2
British Values and the Five Welfare Needs - Small Animals
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British Values and the Five Welfare Needs - Small Animals

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Pupils explore the five welfare needs of pets and how they relate to responsible pet ownership. With fun, interactive group activities and discussions, these workshops empower pupils to make a difference to pets in their local communities. This session focuses on small animal pets, for example, hamsters, rabbits, mice etc. This is a pre recorded presentation led by an experienced educator from Wood Green. Don’t expect to be sitting down for long though, there’s plenty of opportunity to get moving around and interact with the fun activities. Learning objectives: Pupils can name and describe the five welfare needs for a pet Pupils can describe how an animal is feeling in different situations Pupils can describe how Wood Green, The Animals Charity helps people and pets SMSC links: Pupils have a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about others and the world around them Pupils understand the consequences of their behaviour and actions on the welfare of their pet BV links: Pupils understand how they can contribute positively to society Suggested ages: KS2
Dog Safety Detectives - Rec & KS1
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Dog Safety Detectives - Rec & KS1

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A fun, interactive lesson taking children on a journey discovering everything they need to know about staying safe around dogs. Find out what dogs like and don’t like, how to stay safe at home and out and about and learn when even the friendliest of dogs need time alone. An essential guide to dog safety, delivered by an experienced educator alongside Woody and Wiggles, two animated dogs. This is a pre recorded presentation complete with a detailed session plan, making it clear when you need to pause the presentation for the children to take part in an activity. Don’t expect to be sitting down for long! Learning objective: Pupils can recognise how to stay safe around dogs. SMSC links: Pupis have a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about others and the world around them. Pupils understand the consequences of their behaviours and actions.