Yr1 visit Rodley Nature Reserve

This week Year 1 went on a trip to Rodley Nature reserve. 1P went on Tuesday and 1W went on Thursday and from speaking to the children it sounds like they had a brilliant time! After a short coach ride they arrived at the Nature Reserve and walked around the entire place looking for items to add to sticky boards. These items included leaves, flowers, feathers and empty snail shells. After an exciting morning they had their lunch before starting their exciting afternoon activities! They had the chance to go pond dipping, mini-beast hunting and learning all about bees. Did you know that a honey bee only produces half a medicine spoon of honey in its lifetime? That’s why it is so important to take care of our bees! After this it was time to return to school before the end of the day. Theo from 1W said “It was the best trip ever!”
Have a look at the pictures below to see for yourself.

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