Tree Time (ages 5-9) at Science Oxford


Em’bark’ on a woodland adventure to celebrate Earth Day! Trees purify our air and combat climate change – get up close to the largest and most important living things in our woodland. Make your own tree inspired name-badge, and identify your Ash from your Oak with a leaf ID guide and twig spotter. Height-hunt for the tallest tree in sight, and guess how old it might be? Enjoy the spring buds and blossoms, and have a tree-mendous time!

All STEM Club sessions must be accompanied by an adult. These family workshops are designed for you and your child to learn from each other and work together while trying out new things.

Suitable for ages 5–9
£10 per club ticket (includes Eventbrite booking fee)
includes one child + accompanying adult

Nature Club is usually held in our workshop space, with some outdoor activities in most sessions, weather permitting. Explore the natural world in different ways each month, where you will be making the most of the beautiful surroundings at the Science Oxford Centre. With ponds, woodlands and meadows on our doorstep, children can explore and investigate the plants and animals that live alongside us, discover the simple beauty of natural objects and learn how everything in an ecosystem is interconnected.

Who to contact

01865 810000 01865 810000
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Where to go

The Science Oxford Centre, Stansfeld Park
Quarry Road
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
April 20
Time of day
Session Information
10.00am – 11.30am 12.30pm – 2.00pm 3.00pm– 4.30pm


Age Ranges
From 5 years 0 months to 12 years 0 months

Additional Information

Providing services to
4 - 11 years (primary school age)


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