What a great day in KS2! As part of our Sing for Songbirds project all the children had an opportunity to contribute to making a large willow songbird sculpture for our school grounds.
Sarah Gallagher Hayes of 'Twigtwisters' worked with all the children from Year 3 to Year 6 to create an original, all natural sculpture. The finished work is in the Early Years play area. Please have a look at the final work.
Our thanks to Sarah and Anya, the Safari Ranger from Chester Zoo, for organising this great day.
We are now all looking forward to our KS2 visit the zoo before the end of term, where 4 specific workshops have been developed for the project.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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