30 Days Wild

Year 1 have managed something for The Wildlife Trust’s 30 days wild every school day in June. A favourite of the children’s was our butterfly and Moth feeders which we made using recycled plastic bottles, elastic bands and string, decorated them with flowers and filled them with sugar water.

Other highlights include building a bug hotel for each bubble, bug hunting, identifying trees with a leaf ID sheet, planting our own beans and re-potting/growing once established, seeing if we can camouflage ourselves in a tree, observational drawing of leaves and flowers making various habitats with natural resources.

Uh oh, what's happened to the Year 4 Classrooms?! All stripped out and ready for a refurb. Can't wait to see them when they're finished and ready for September. #excitingtimesahead https://t.co/pIsXFmvJXT
It was bacon butties all round this morning at our leavers brunch for the Year 6's. We are going to miss them all and wish them all the luck and success for the future. #LoseleyFields #Year6leavers https://t.co/CPYMdU6ieh
On Monday & Tuesday afternoon we invited the new reception children for a socially distanced teddy bears picnic. They enjoyed an obstacle course, parachute games, stories & an ice lolly! We can't wait for them to join us in September! #LosleyFields #Teddybearspicnic https://t.co/cAvBPpjWKv