Enhance your learning about the history of life on Earth with our additional teaching resources. Explore the concept of mass extinction events, fossils and the variety of natural rock types. 

Students can participate in our Geology Rocks activities and aim to learn about:

  • The history of life on Earth 
  • How fossils are formed 
  • The life of Mary Anning (the unsung hero of fossil collecting)
  • Using your imagination to think about the world before humans 

Mix and match these creative and engaging activities in a way that best suits your learning needs.

Did you know? We offer a "Geology Rocks" session for Milton Keynes Primary Schools in our parks! Click here to find out more and to book. 

Additional resource: Check out this video on how to make salt dough ammonites from the Natural History Museum!



Discover our parks

  • Every year we help around 6,000 people to learn about their local environment through outdoor learning sessions. The school and community groups that take advantage of Milton Keynes’ fantastic outdoor classrooms are amongst the parks’ most enthusiastic visitors.
  • Carved fossil shapes in boulders.
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  • Learn more about our National Lottery Heritage funded project to 'reveal, restore and revive' the park.
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