This week was the life cycles unit. Woburn pupils created a circle diagram to demonstrate the life cycle of a Puffin. Quite a complicated life cycle for such a small bird!
Good morning from Melrose, We have finished our puffin project and wanted to show you our posters. We have really enjoyed learning so much about the puffins and other sea birds. Lots of us have been over to Lihou Island to see the gulls nesting there too. Mrs Morris and Year 3. Thank you for joining [...]
Last week was our food chains module and activity day. Woburn participated and created these fantastic food webs using local wildlife!
We have received some very cool and exciting pictures from Woburn! They used a digital microscope to look at living things they found in their pond, can you guess what these animals are using the ID chart above?
During our first activity day Woburn School took part in a habitat survey on their allotment! Following on from looking for wildlife in the allotment they talked about how they could attract more and last week they designed and made minibeast hotels. We think the insects will be very comfortable in their new homes!
We have been finding out all about Alderney, Burhou and Atlantic Puffins. Now we are starting to make posters to show what we have found out. We'll send you pictures of our finished posters next week! - Mrs Morris and Year 3 Melrose, Guernsey We are all very excited in the Wildlife Trust office to see the [...]
Everyone at the Alderney Wildlife Trust was very impressed with Haydn Primary Schools knowledge on bird nests. We even learned a few things! They also created some Classification charts while participating in the Habitat Survey.
Not only did Haydn Primary School complete a habitat survey, they also had a go at building some nests! What type of birds do you think would like to live in them?
Last week class 4M at Haydn Primary School in Nottingham joined in on our first activity day! They completed a habitat survey and found lots of exciting things! In the afternoon they were joined by some birds of prey!! Everyone in the Alderney Wildlife Trust office was very jealous!
Hello from Melrose in Guernsey Year 3 have had a fantastic afternoon learning all about puffins and think the young should be called pufflings or pufflets! Mrs Morris who is nearly 50, did not know that puffins have spikes in their mouths to stop sand eels falling out! It just shows you are never [...]