Hunton and Arrathorne Primary School Visit

Wednesday, April 2nd 2014

Pupils from Hunton and Arrathorne Primary School enjoyed a visit to Foxglove today to learn about the different habitats found here and the animals and plants living in them.

For the older group the guided walks and activities at the Outdoor Classroom served as inspiration for some fantastic poems about the wonderful creatures found here. These were read beautifully once we had returned to the warmth of the Field Centre. The younger children learnt all about the seasons and the different habitats we have at Foxglove, they enjoyed spotting the spring plants and wildlife on their tick sheets and waching the toads.

If you would like your school to visit please contact us on foxglovelnr@btinternet.com or on 07754 270980.

 

 

 


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