Our Autumn topic is 'Living Things and their Habitats' and we are learning about how animals survive in their different habitats. To accompany this we are lucky enough to be visiting Martin Mere, where we will hopefully see some types of habitats. As well as this we have also booked for the RSPB to come into school and work with us to look at habitats in our local area.
We had a fantastic day at Martin Mere despite the stormy weather! We spent the morning exploring two different types of micro-habitat- soil and composts where mini beasts live, and a pond where we saw different types of water wildlife. We even had a little glance at the Asian otters and the flamingos. Thank you for the parent volunteers who accompanied us, your support is appreciated!
Before the holidays we were lucky enough to have a visit from the RSPB! They showed us all of the nature that we have living in our school grounds. Over the next few weeks we will be looking at how we can live out their motto 'Give Nature a Home'.
This term we are looking at Plants. We will be conducting our own experiment to observe how plants grow and what might happen if they don't have the things that they need. As you are walking around over the next few months as we enter Spring have a look at the changes you can see in the plants around you.