During December, KS1 took part in a litter pick around the school. The children loved taking part in this knowing they were helping to keep our school clean and tidy and protect plants and wildlife around our school grounds. Here they are in action:
Nature Club is an exciting, outdoor club that puts looking after nature first! It is run by Mrs Kett on a Thursday after school and gives children the opportunity to learn more about looking after the environment whilst getting creative and a bit messy at the same time!
During the Spring term the club will make a variety of bird feeders to help our feathered friends, especially during the cold weather. They will also plant some bulbs ready to create some colour outside for spring and food/shelter for bees and other mini beasts. The club will take part in a mini beast hunt using magnifying glasses, and learn more about them and their habitats. They will also continue to help look after our school grounds by becoming regular 'litter heroes'. This will involve taking part in litter picks and finding ways to encourage others not to drop litter so we can look after our environment.
Check out the photos below to see what the club have been up to so far: