Step in to Amazon World and leave the Isle of Wight behind you, as you walk your students through the various habitats encapsulating many species of animal and many types of plants. With the sounds of the water and the free flying birds, Amazon World tells the ecological story of how the South American rainforest and its inhabitants are being subjected to devastation through logging and plantations, and how if it were to continue, the transition until the forest would be reborn and what we would lose.

Amazon World houses the largest collection of exotic animals on the Isle of Wight, and with its education room it is an all round learning centre with stimulating environments. Lunch Area. Open all year.

KEY TOPICS: 8, 11, 15, 18, 19, EVS, SCI, G, W

Key Topics

1: Pre RomansĀ  2: Romans 3: Medieval 4: Tudors 5: Stuarts 6: Georgians 7: Victorians 8: 20th Century 9: Defence 10: World Wars 11: Children 12: Transport 13: Domestic Homes 14: Smuggling 15: Work/Agriculture 16: Evidence/Archaeology 17: Local History 18: Other Topics 19: Change & continuity

A: Art AH: Agriculture/Horticulture DT: Design/Technology M: Maths EVS: Environmental Studies G: Geography IVL: Imaginative Writing, Literature SCI: Science PA: Physical Activity W: Wildlife & Animals