Excited staff and students await new arrivals

Our animal management department have their hands full incubating and monitoring four, week-old red-footed tortoise eggs, a species of tortoises native to northern South America!

Billy the Goat enjoys a bit of TLC

Billy the Goat enjoys a bit of TLC

Our Level 3 Animal Management students, Chloe and Hannah have been working towards their Animal Health module.

Winston the Red Tegu Lizard

Meet Winston! Winston is a Red Tegu Lizard who joined our Animal Management family recently.

Scorpion Sexing

Sharon the Scorpion

Our level 3 Animal Management students have been busy this week learning how to identify the sex of the variety of animals in our care.

Billie and Elliot

College helps endangered goats

Please welcome Billy and Elliott. They are Bagot Goats, which are one of the UK’s most endangered breeds.

Sea Lion Performance Training at Knowsley Safari

Students gained behind-the-scenes access at Knowsley Safari to take part in sea lion training with Trainer, Ellie, and the charismatic, Arthur and Louie!

The Professor

Rescued Iguana joins our family

We are excited to welcome a beautiful, rescued Iguana to our animal management family.

Wilson the Tanuki

Wilson the Tanuki joins College

Wilson is only 10 weeks old and is the second Tanuki to join us. They are currently living next to each other so that they can see and smell one another.

Predator Experience for our Students

Predator Experience for our Students

Our animal management students had a fantastic time at popular Lake District attraction, Predator Experience

New baby chicks on Campus

New baby chicks on Campus

Our Animal Management students undertook a hatching project and recently welcomed new Pekin chicken hatchlings - Pippin, Merry and Frodo.

Wings flutter for new bird aviary

Wings flutter for new bird aviary

Over the last few weeks, our students have been working hard to adapt our current aviary to create a brand new indoor/outdoor aviary.

Meet Shaun the Red Foot Tortoise

Meet Shaun the Red Foot Tortoise

Shaun is a Red Foot Tortoise and he was rescued by the team at Rutland House Vets in St Helens before finding a new home with us.

A Hoppy Hello

A hoppy hello to our new dart frogs

We feel very lucky to have these beautiful Dart Frogs joining our Animal Management family.

Warm welcome to the latest members of our Animal Management family, Donald and Ivana.

Donald and Ivana join St Helens College

Warm welcome to the latest members of our Animal Management family, Donald and Ivana.

Students put their skills into action with Merseyside Dogs Home

Students put their skills into action

The students have been learning about dog behaviour and temperament testing with dogs currently in re-homing centres at Merseyside Dogs Home.

Lupin the Tanuki

Lupin the Tanuki joins College

Meet our newest addition, Lupin the Tanuki. He has already started with his clicker training and seems to be enjoying himself.

Safari Zoo classroom for the day

Safari Zoo classroom for the day

Our level 1 and 2 Animal Management students had an amazing time visiting South Lakes Safari Zoo recently.

Natalya Ryder

Natalya dreams of becoming a Wildlife Ranger

"I am now studying Level 2 Animal Care and dream of becoming a Wildlife Ranger!"

Welcome to our new Domino Cockroaches

Welcome to our new Domino Cockroaches

Our Animal Management tutor, Mike, is very excited by the arrival of one of his favourite species!

Chester Zoo is classroom for the day

Chester Zoo is classroom for the day

Our lucky Animal Management students got to meet the latest addition to Chester Zoo.

Albino Giant African Land Snails

Albino Giant African Land Snails

This week we welcomed a rout of Albino Giant African Land Snails.

African Dormice join our animal family

African Dormice join our animal family

Our new African Dormice joined us on New Years Day. We have named them Janus and Nova.

Walking with Wolves

Walking with Wolves

Level 2 Diploma in Animal Management students had a fantastic opportunity to explore The Predator Experience.

Students brave the cold to look after our animals

Students brave the cold to look after our animals

Our level 2 animal care students braved the rain, hail and snow today to feed and care for our animals on the farm.

Why study Animal Management with us?

Onsite Animal Units

Our indoor and outdoor animal units house mammals, reptiles, birds and other exotic creatures.

Progression Routes

Your course can help you to secure a place at university or a job in the industry.

Industry Links

We have lots of industry links with Dogs Trust, Knowsley Safari and many more!

Industry Experts

Our tutors are experienced industry experts and passionate about Animal Management.

The Dog Studio

We have a fully equipped, commercial dog grooming unit on site.

Interactive Learning

Your learning is very interactive and engaging as you work with over 50 different animal species.