If you are lucky enough to have a balcony, window box or a small garden maybe you could make a bird feeder.
You will Need
1. Cut a hole in the side large enough to allow a free flow of seeds, but in such a way that it won’t all fall out on the ground in the slightest puff of wind, and won’t get wet if it rains.
2. Make a few small holes in the bottom of your feeder to allow any rainwater to drain away.
3. Hang it with wire, or even strong string from a tree or your washing line.
4. If your feeder starts to wear out or the food in it goes mouldy, recycle it and make another one! Remember to keep your feeders well stocked.
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A child friendly song explaining how to wash your hands.
The week beginning 9th March 2020 we joined hundreds of schools across the country to take part in Red Nose Day and Sport Relief activities. The children played a variety of games and we paid £1 to wear something red to raise money for the charity. Thanks to everyone that donated we raised £112.10
On the 5th of March we celebrated World Book Day. Some of the children dressed up as their favourite storybook characters. We also invited our families to come in to make books and read stories with the children.
As part of our Chinese New Year celebrations each class made their own dragon. We showed off our dragons at our Chinese New Year Parade. The children also took part in Chinese Ribbon dancing.
As part of our Chinese New Year Celebrations, we took some children to visit China Town. We saw lots of interesting sights including dumplings being prepared in a restaurant. We all had a great day out!
The children had great fun performing our Nativity play at St Dunstan's Church.
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