restore, re-wild and realize Workshop - Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural

Lesson: PSHE and citizenship

Class: Y7-Y9 Arighi Year: 2019 - 2020

Interdependence, Enjoyment, Environment, Thoughtfulness, Communities, Social Skills,Science & Nature On Thursday 17th October, we had a visit from Sally Potts from the Mersey Rivers Trust. Arighi, Barnaby and some of Treacle class were all invited to find out about the work of the Trust. 

Sally told us about different wildlife habitats and showed us lots of pictures of rivers, woodlands, ponds and forests. She talked about the importance of these habitats and how we can help to maintain them. Sally said that there are some species of plants that threaten these habitats and part of the Trusts' work is to help the community become aware of the plants.

All the pupils were given blue paper plates and lots of stickers to create our own habitats. Everyone enjoyed choosing stickers and creating some fantastic habitat pictures.

We all thanked Sally for coming to see us and for sharing with us the importance of looking after our environment to ensure animals, insects and plants can thrive in their different habitats.