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The K9 Project

The K9 project is a complimentary education programme which uses the well recognised power of working with animals, in this case dogs, to develop a wide range of positive life skills. If you can become a leader of dogs you can definitely become a leader of humans too.
We recognise that young people learn best when they are having fun and we are often able to coax reading, writing and maths form the most reluctant students. We offer a unique opportunity for children and young people to learn a range of transferable life skills in a fun environment outside the classroom.

Who to contact

Chris Kent
Project Director
01353 740843

Where to go

The K9 Project
We cover the Cambridge area and Suffolk/Cambridge Area
please see our web site for further details.
Area served

Days & Times

Please see our web site for all the latest information.

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Age Groups
Children (5-11), Young people

Accreditation details
ASDAN Short Course


Working individually or in small groups, our students learn how to communicate with dogs and how to get the best responses from them. Sessions will typically cover topics such as safety around animals, animal care/welfare, responsibility, self control and leaderships skills. We also use specially designed learning games, DVD's field trips and discussion forums combined with plenty of outdoor activity, primarily dog walking and training.

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