Upper Key Stage 2: Year 6 – Evolution and Inheritance

With some British species, there are signs of their ancestors if you know what you're looking for.The Natural World is constantly changing and adapting.

The evolution of Britain’s wildlife is more important now than ever before and our understanding of this process could drastically change future methods of conservation.

This school session looks into the background of Britain’s wildlife.

In ‘Evolution and Inheritance’ we’ll cover:

  • Examples of British wildlife and their evolution and adaptations
  • What is evolution, with examples of how species have changed over millions of years
  • How evolution stems from variation within a generation
  • How variation in different habitats leads to different adaptations becoming dominant

Our school nature walks run for approximately one hour and can take place within the school grounds or further a field in surrounding countryside.

Based in Bolton, we travel to primary schools right across the North West. For details on our other Key Stage 2 walks, click here.

Get in Touch Today

If you’re interested in finding out more, you can contact us by email or phone.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 07505 149 582

Take care and remember, stay on the wild side!