Science club join the big climate fight back by planting 100 trees to make an outdoor living classroom. They have planted fruit bearing trees in a large circle near Lutra to give us a lovely outdoor place to sit in, learn and enjoy. Thanks to the woodland trust and well done science club diggers and planters!
Science Club has started again with a trip to the pond. Children were pleased to find lots of baby newts and many dragonfly nymphs. Everyone remembered their tripod position too!
More outdoor fun with sheep, chicks and the lovely meadow and pond.
Outdoor Classroom Day - 18th May 2017
Children enjoyed collecting eggs and rounding up the lambs and ewes at Dr Hamer's small holding.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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