ONLINE WORKSHOPS

From 01/09/20 we're taking bookings for schools once more!

 

Although nothing quite compares to actually having Guy and his amazing animals in your school, we understand that during this unusual time, that may not be possible.

 

For that reason, Guy has developed tailor-made online workshops presented live direct from bugsnstuff HQ via a HD webcam using the software of your choice (Zoom, Skype, Teams, FaceTime etc).

 

We're putting the ZOO into ZOOM!

 

One of the many benefits of an online session is that you may see animals that are not normally brought into schools including giant grasshoppers, desert scorpions and huge centipedes! Using screen sharing technology, Guy can also show you photographs and films from his many field trips around the world, all helping to enhance the experience!

 

Having travelled to many of the world's most amazing places, Guy has researched the topics he teaches 'in the wild' so you can be sure that when you book bugsnstuff for your school, he can tell you first hand about these magnificent places and the amazing creatures that live there!

 

Being online also means that we're not restricted by distance - schools normally out of our catchment area can now book a live session! Finally, without travel expenses, the cost of the online workshops is lower than a normal visit.

 

To find out more about this new opportunity, email Guy here.

Guy in Costa Rica during our 2016 field trip.

One of the world's largest species of grasshopper from South America.

The giant Hercules moth caterpillar.

Contact us today!

 

If you have any queries or wish to make a booking, please contact us:

 

Tel: 07758 089017

info@bugsnstuff.com

Having travelled to many of the world's most amazing places, Guy has researched the topics he teaches 'in the wild' so you can be sure that when you book bugsnstuff for your school, event or party, he can tell you first hand about these magnificent places and the amazing creatures that live there!

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