aims of the RSPCA are to prevent cruelty and to promote kindness to animals.
The Society’s education service plays a leading role by supporting
teachers across the country to deliver animal welfare education to young
RSPCA education aims to develop understanding of animal welfare issues;
to change attitudes towards animals; to promote respect for animals and
to encourage responsibility towards them.
We can provide curriculum-linked resources and ideas within the RSPCA’s
four main areas of concern – companion animals, wildlife, farm animals
and animals used in research.
education aims to give teachers the confidence to help pupils develop
awareness about animal welfare, to change pupils’ attitudes and
promote responsibility towards animals and animals’ needs.
education department’s free resources, lesson ideas and photo packs
are all available on the website: www.rspca.org.uk/education.
South Bucks, the RSPCA regional education adviser, Helen Brownlow, can
support and advise teachers on developing animal welfare education within
the curriculum and the school grounds through free INSET/workshops, that
are active and practical, providing lots of ideas to use in the classroom!
service is FREE to schools and we DO NOT FUNDRAISE in schools.
further information or to book an INSET/workshop please contact Helen
Brownlow on 0870 753 8403 or email