Year 2 visit the Wyre Forest
Our Year 2 children ventured out into the Wyre Forest on Thursday as part of some investigations they are carrying out in class. Since returning from their half term break there have been some rather unusual goings-on in their classrooms—leaves, twigs and other such objects keep appearing overnight and there have now been some sightings of small footprints. Mr Jackson has visited them to have words about the state of their rooms and they have written letters of protest to him in order to prove their innocence. Their visit yesterday was to see if they could discover something about the woodland creatures who may be inhabiting our school . Over the course of the day they looked for signs of animals - using footprints and poo as clues, found out what animals eat in the forest, where they live and which animals hibernate. The children particularly loved building their own habitats for mice and burying conkers like a squirrel storing away food for the winter. Let’s hope their day in the forest has given them all of the information they need!