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What's under your feet?
So last week our Year 6 children helped the EYFS children to count minibeasts and to find out what was under our feet. interestingly some of the Year 6 girls handled worms for the first time ever! We had a great time with the Year 6 children being so caring to the younger children and showing them how to treat insects and bugs with respect.
This is our schools second dip into the school grounds looking for what lies beneath our feet. Armed with magnifying glasses, pooters, rulers and identity sheets the children spent an enjoyable hour discovering may worms of all shapes and sizes that wriggle so much they make measuring them quite difficult but such fun. Millipedes, slugs, ants, spiders and a beetle were also discovered today. If you haven't tried it then give it a go, great fun as well as informative for all involved. Mrs W - Forest School Leader
ECO CLUB Litter Picking
In our Eco Club, we went litter picking on the school yard and around the school perimeter. We found a fair amount of rubish that was harmful for our enviroment. our school looks a lot tidier now!
Walk to School Week
Next week is our walk to school week and Wheelathon! Come to school on your bike or walk!
Waste Week 2018
At St. Anthony's school, we enjoyed many different activities all about Waste. We delivered a Waste assembly to our whole school to tell them all about how we can recycle, renew and resuse. We set up a fact finding hunt around our school which everyone enjoyed taking part in. On our last day of Waste Week, Dale from Veolia came in to speak to KS1 and KS2 about what can be recycled and how it is used.