Really Wild Learning - Key Stage 2

Really Wild Learning - Key Stage 2


Wednesday, 26th February


Thank you to the School Council and Mrs Shury for organising a visit by Really Wild Learning. 


This was funded by monies you have donated for non-uniform days and competitions which the School Council have organised since September.


The children were told how climate change can affect animal habitats and how, if you don’t look after the world, animals may become extinct.

We were able to handle a bearded dragon called Gino, a royal boa and a gecko.

They also had a milk snake, a scorpion and a tarantula.


‘It felt like something melting over your skin’ - Grace


‘You could feel the blood and bones squeezing when it moved’ - Elisha