Animal Aid

Brantridge enjoyed a visit from the charity Animal Aid who ran ‘Animal Kind’ workshops with the pupils. Pupils learnt about different animal habitats and how humans are damaging these through pollution, building and deforestation, and worked in pairs to identify hazards to animals. The younger pupils then designed their own badges promoting animal welfare and the older pupils created bee hotels out of recycled materials.

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the workshops and the school hopes to invite Animal Aid back in the near future.

The communication between home and school is excellent.

 

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