Today we have begun our work with Chester Zoo's Safari Ranger who will be visiting us to deliver workshops during the summer term. Anya, the Safari Ranger, has spent the day in KS2 working with each class in turn.
The children have been learning about native and non-native species of the UK, learning about food chains and the impact of destroying vital parts of any food chain including those that are in our own gardens. The children have learned about being wildlife 'Superheroes' protecting habitats and supporting food chains by building environments such as bug boxes and bug hotels.
We have have been given the task of finding out what the word 'INVASIVE' means before the next session later in April.
The children were very well behaved during the sessions, listening well, working on the tasks given to them and asking great questions. We are very proud of their attitude and Anya is looking forward to her return visits.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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