Year 5 Building Bug Hotels
East Ham Nature Reserve, local wildlife and conservation
15 year 5 children enjoyed an afternoon at East Ham Nature Reserve learning all about local wildlife and conservation. The children got their hands dirty by helping to build walkways using recycled aggregates, and created 'Bug Hotels' out of logs and grass.
The session was linked to the schools' drive to developing resilience and perseverance in our pupils, and helping them to work as a team to achieve a common goal.
The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and hopefully will be returning to the centre in the spring term!