Humane Education presentations: Lower Mainland & Fraser Valley - BC SPCA
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Humane Education presentations: Lower Mainland & Fraser Valley

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Bookings are closed for the 2023/2024 school year. Thank you for your amazing support! We look forward to reconnecting with you again in Fall 2024!

BC SPCA humane education programs are specially designed to teach students about important animal welfare issues, and to help them understand the deep interconnections that exist between animals, people and the environment.

Developed around themes of Social-Emotional LearningSustainability & Stewardship and Social Responsibility, all lessons include concepts related to B.C. core curricular competencies and content.

During our booking season, we are pleased to offer presentations for the Maple Ridge and the Eastern Fraser Valley, including schools in Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, Langley, Mission and surrounding areas.


How long is each presentation? Presentations for Grades 3+ are offered as single-session or three-session experiences. Single-session presentations typically run approximately 60 minutes. Three-session experiences typically range from 45 to 60 minutes per session.

How much do presentations cost? Each presentation booking costs $40. If you are booking a three-session experience, this does not affect the cost. If this represents a barrier, please indicate this on your booking form, and we will be pleased to discuss alternate arrangements.

Will there be an animal at the presentation? Our presentations are designed to be educational, fun and interactive in nature. Please note that animals will not typically be present at our presentations. There may, however, be certain circumstances where an animal may attend, but this is not the focus of our presentations. This will be confirmed at time of booking.

Can we combine multiple classes together for one presentation? Given the interactive nature of our presentations, we typically present to one class at a time — but we are very happy to provide multiple presentations to different classes within a school! If you would like to explore options for a larger presentation, please contact your Regional Humane Educator, noted below.

Questions? Please contact Bailey Murphy, Regional humane educator, Eastern Fraser Valley.