The Penguin and Swan classes have been preparing for the Big School Birdwatch. This is the world’s largest wildlife survey and is both free and fun to take part in.
In English we have been following instructions and learning about imperative verbs to create our own bird feeders which we are hanging around school. In maths we have been learning to count birds in groups of 2s, 5s and 10s as well as learning to halve when making our fantastic bird masks.
Thank you to all of the parents who have been supporting their children to recognise the similarities and differences between species in their gardens and on the way to and from school.
On Friday the Penguin Class will be encouraging the rest of the school to play their part in protecting wildlife in our class assembly to the whole
school. We will be displaying all the new skills learnt in creating our masks and we will be singing two new songs about the environment.
We do hope our important message is listened to and more families than ever will sign up to take part and contribute to this survey .
Its not too late to sign up for the weekend of 30-31 January and will only take an hour of your time.