The programme will now go nationwide after huge success in both Christchurch and Auckland.
Five thousand kids have gone through the Zoofari programme so far and Orana reports that they have received only positive feedback since then.
Twelve Warehouse stores have raised over $130,000 in a bid to help the decile one - three schools learn about conservation and the part they have to play in it.
Orana Parks' education manager Toby Johnson said kids who don't work well in class thrive in the environment.
He said he doesn't know the history behind the kids he teaches.
"In class that student may be a nightmare - but out here in a different context, a different place and sometimes they'll give the most brilliant answers."
Orana Wildlife Park and the Warehouse teamed up to fundraise for 41 different schools.
Toby Johnson said it's been a pleasure working with the Warehouse as they don't have an agenda.
"Here the Warehouse is in it, literally, to make sure that these students have the best opportunities.