Thursday, 27 March 2014

How Hill - Thursday Morning

This morning we've been working in three groups; river trip, thatching and owl pellet dissection. The trip along the River Ant was fascinating with the children seeing a range of birds including herons, kingfishers and crested grebes as well as many varieties of ducks and geese.

Owl pellet dissection saw the skeletons of brown rats, water voles and small birds discovered much to the delight (or disgust) of the children!

Thatching required a substantial level of teamwork to enable their team members to remain dry (ish) during the ultimate waterproof test.

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