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Hazel class walked up to the allotment on Wednesday morning and had a real treat! They were the first class who were allowed into the chicken pen to feed the chickens! More delicious dandelion leaves! Thomas and Sophia checked for eggs but the chickens have been bit shy since arriving and there weren’t any this week. The children then had the opportunity to plant some cress seeds after filling pots with compost, good to get their hands dirty!
The children then entered Efford Valley and had the opportunity to work in groups to make some clay faces on trees or a new woodland creature, a blobbin! The children were all really engaged in the task, finding leaves, seeds and even mushrooms to decorate their creations. Hazel class then had a chance to bring their creations to life by explaining the story and details of what they had made to the rest of the class. There was a lion type creature which was a nocturnal herbivore, a couple of faces with amazing eyes which could see for miles and a chocolate bear which lived in the bushes! The class all enjoyed a thoroughly messy yet creative morning!