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EYFS pupils observing wildlife in the conservation area

EYFS pupils observing wildlife in the conservation area
posted 13 Jun 2018

Last week's woodland work delivered some exciting sights for us all! The children in RX were fascinated with looking closely at the animals and confidently used bug pots to catch and observe creatures such as slugs, snails, millipedes and even a bumblebee (with a little help from Mrs Rowley)! Our most exciting finds though, were a snail without his shell (the poor thing had had its shell crushed but we could see it was growing a new one underneath) and a tiny newt! All the animals that we collected were released without harm after we had looked at them.