The Living Rainforest

Edible Forest


Especially suitable for KS 1 and 2, this tour introduces students to the wide variety of foods that come from rainforest environments. Pupils will learn the requirements of living things for growth and survival. They will learn how plants make their food and about the diets of our animals. Pupils will learn about how herbivores, omnivores and carnivores obtain their food and about the different levels within a food chain. Students will also learn about some of the foods that we eat that originate in the rainforest, including foods they might find on the supermarket shelves in the UK and the diet of indigenous people.

Key curriculum terms

Diets, herbivores, omnivores, carnivores, predator, prey, producer, food chain, food web

Key stages supported

Key stage 1


Year 1 – Animals including humans

Year 2 – Living things and their habitats, Plants, Animals including humans

Key stage 2


Year 3 – Plants, Animals including humans

Year 4 – Animals including humans


Locational knowledge, Place knowledge, Human and physical geography, Geographical skills


International primary curriculum

Milepost 1

We are what we eat, flowers and insects, I’m Alive, live and let live, our world, the earth our home

Milepost 2

What’s on the Menu, different places similar lives, land, Sea and Sky, the nature of life

Downloadable resources

Tour details

Only £171 per group (including VAT)

Tours take place each weekday at the following times: 10.15am, 11.30am, 12.40pm.
They are conducted in groups of 15 students and 2 adults. Up to 4 groups (60 children and 8 adults) may be booked per time slot.

We do book up quickly, so please book or enquire early to avoid disappointment.