Year Two’s topic this term is ‘On Safari’. With this in mind, on Monday 23rd April 2018, the children went on an exciting trip to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park
They had the opportunity to walk around the Wildlife Park and see a variety of animals. The children also attended a “World Habitats and Adaptations” workshop. During this hands on education session, children had the opportunity to interact with some of the wonderful creatures at the park and they gained a greater appreciation and understanding of animals, which will support their learning in Science. Through this they will discover all about savannah, rainforest, desert and tundra habitats. They will also be learning about some of the animals seen in the Park’s collection that live in the savannah habitat and what they need to survive.
“All the children and staff had an engaging and fun filled day. It was a wonderful way to start our topic and the children are keen to start the learning all about the African Savannah.” Max Etherton, Year 2 Form Teacher