Wildlife Explorers have been very busy with all their activities, including taking part in the RSPB big garden birdwatch, looking at plants closely with magnifiers, peering at bugs, recycling and re-using materials, working in the churchyard making a trail and making homes for wildlife in the school community garden
We have been delighted that two of our year 6 pupils Maisie and Kirsten, following

their success with RSPB awards and the Blue Peter Green Badge, have now been helping lead the other pupils and reached the dizzy heights of achieving their Young Leaders award!

We also have 5 pupils, Ellie, Yasmin, Seren, Brooke and Scarlett who have been attending for over 2 years showing their commitment and enthusiasm for wildlife. They too have managed to get Bronze, Silver and Gold RSPB awards! As a result they have written to Blue Peter with the details of the work they have been involved in and we hope they may be successful in obtaining the highly sought after Blue Peter Green Badge……so watch this space!

Our new recruits too have been very enthusiastic and have already reached the RSPB Bronze award and want to move on to the Silver challenge.
Congratulations to all these pupils for their inspiring commitment to wildlife.