School Trips & Education

School Trips & Education

Deep Sea World Education Mission Statement:

“To deliver a unique learning experience by promoting informed and inquisitive observation within a stimulating environment”


Deep Sea World invites you to take the plunge and dive to the new exciting depths our Education Product has reached! With classes from Pre-school to Secondary there is something to inspire every growing mind. Each class is based on the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence and includes interactive demonstrations, games and even getting some close encounters with our creatures to help learn more about the marine environment and all the creatures that call it home. Please click on the links below to dive in!


 Classes, Creature Encounters,  Self Guided Tours, Quiz’s, Worksheets


Education prices start at just £6.95 per child!

Education Junior £6.95
Education Concession £11.50
Education Standard £12.60
Free standard ratio 1:4 Nursery; 1:6 Primary; 1:10 Secondary
Classroom Primary* £20.00
Classroom Secondary* £40.00
Creature Encounter** £20.00

*Classroom sessions have a maximum of 30 children per group.

**Creature Encounters have a max of 20 children per group.


Educational specials at Deep Sea World:

• FREE entry for teachers & classroom assistants. Using ratios 1:4 (Nursery) 1:6 (Primary) 1:10 (Secondary)
• FREE teacher familiarisation visits
• Classroom session based on the Curriculum for Excellence
• Creature Encounters
• Ample easy on-site coach parking. Deep Sea World is within easy reach of Edinburgh, Glasgow and surrounding areas.


Get up to £550 off the cost of your trip to Deep Sea World with Edina Trust*

The Edina Trust provides non-competitive, easy-to-access grants, for state primary schools in certain regions of the UK, to be used to promote the teaching of science and gardening. The Edina Trust is currently operating Science Grant Schemes in Dundee City, Hartlepool, Inverclyde, Lancashire (LEA), Lincolnshire, Merthyr Tydfil, Middlesbrough, Renfrewshire, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Sunderland and West Dunbartonshire.

Schools can apply for up to £550 which can go towards the cost of a visit to Deep Sea World. For more information visit *Information correct at time of writing (25/08/2015)



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