For Parents

The Bowdleflode Project supports child development and invites children to create a drawing of a fantasy animal, made up from parts of endangered species after completing research tasks linked to Key Stages of the National Curriculum. Suitable for classroom learning and home education, children of all ages can take part in the project, and we welcome them to do so!  If you visit our Wildlife Park you will see some of the wonderful animals that have been submitted by children from across the world, as well as by some famous adult artists such as Thierry Noir, the famous street artist from Berlin.

There is a list of Participating Schools and Organisations elsewhere on the website.  If you would like your child to enter independently of their school, then please download the entry forms.

Here’s hoping that you will join our mission to provide young children with this incentive to be creative and to love and enjoy animals and support Endangered Species.

 

For Parents

The Bowdleflode Project supports child development and invites children to create a drawing of a fantasy animal, made up from parts of endangered species after completing research tasks linked to Key Stages of the National Curriculum. Suitable for classroom learning and home education, children of all ages can take part in the project, and we welcome them to do so!  If you visit our Wildlife Park you will see some of the wonderful animals that have been submitted by children from across the world, as well as by some famous adult artists such as Thierry Noir, the famous street artist from Berlin.

There is a list of Participating Schools and Organisations elsewhere on the website.  If you would like your child to enter independently of their school, then please download the entry forms.

Here’s hoping that you will join our mission to provide young children with this incentive to be creative and to love and enjoy animals and support Endangered Species.