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This week Wybunbury took part in the annual Town Sports competition. Children ranging from year 3...
Thank you to Tom who visited us today to talk to us about his role as a vet, he even fetched a very...
Thank you to everyone who has returned slips about playing or singing in the Summer Concert — there...
Nature Club News
This week in Nature Club we have been investigating areas around school for changes to the environment due to the recent weather. We have compiled and recorded Nature Reports and this is what we found:
The rise in the water level in the ground and pond area.
Fungi growing on damp wood.
Signs of new life with buds appearing on the trees and increase of plant growth due to the damp weather.
We have also made bark boats to float on the pond. If you would like to make these at home, find a dead log with bark peeling off and carefully break off a piece. Use some mud to attach a light stick as a mast. A leaf or feather makes a great sail. Find a puddle or stream to float your boat in. If it sinks, you've created a bark submarine!
Next week , we will be looking at animal homes within our school environment. Can you spot any of the following in your back garden? Be a Nature Detective!
Deadwood (home to woodlice, stag beetles and millipedes)
We will also be den building, look out for pictures next week!