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Minibeasts afoot!

Welcome back to a new term, it is so great to be back with all of you 🙂 This term our topic is minibeasts –  we have already begun to learn about different minibeasts.  247 more words

Science

Signs of spring: minibeasts

‘If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago. If insects were to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos.’ 25 more words

Nature

Potholes in Time: BST

Saturday morning; the sun is warm, the allotment is calling and we can’t keep putting off the planting of the seed potatoes. The assortment of boxes and cobbled together cardboard containers holding the chitting beauties that is taking up a coupla square yards of space – in what is still known as Becky’s Room – has to be dealt with. 859 more words

Allotments: The Story So Far.

Spotting my first fake ladybug of spring

All winter I miss the sight of ladybugs. Then comes the warmer temperatures and flowers and birdsong of spring and I still miss them. I will apparently go on missing them because, near as I can tell, the native Canadian ladybugs that I grew up with are a thing of my childhood, permanently replaced by a nearly lookalike invasive foreign species. 363 more words

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Comfortable Casual Women's Shirt Designs

The Royal Botanic Garden

On Tuesday 31st October, Year 2 visited the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney.

During the excursion, the students were able to explore the Botanic Garden and learn about minibeasts and much more! 110 more words

Science

Smelting and melting...

Last week we embarked on two Wild Days Out with a difference, exploring autumn and the changing seasons through alchemy and art. In particular, we had a go at smelting pewter with the older children and wax with the younger ones, pouring the molten metal and wax into molds made out play-doh which we had pressed natural finds such as acorns, sycamore seeds and pine cones in to. 400 more words

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