Mrs Cador: May 2015
Please enjoy our photographs from the Wildlife Club.
The pond area is going through its regeneration with the help of the eager members of the Wildlife Club.
Over the past few weeks:
The club have started a survey of the wildlife that can be seen in the school grounds.
A big thank you to Mrs Greenhough and Mrs Waters who run the club for their generous time and the exciting learning opportunities being offered to our budding wildlife enthusiasts.
FOWS have now agreed to a quote for replacing the fencing around the pond area. Thank you! It will make a huge difference.
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