|Close up and personal.....|
Last week the project visited two Derbyshire schools with peregrine assemblies and class work.
So hello to anyone, indeed everyone, at both Stretton Handley Primary and Holmesdale Infants. What attentive and well behaved pupils - and such good questions and so many of them! It was a real pleasure to visit both schools. If there are any more teachers out there wanting a (really rather low-cost/subsidised) visit to their school, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org . We have one more school booked and one new enquiry - but could easily take on a few more before the end of June.
Maria Desborough talks about the 2009 stuffed Derby
juvenile at Stretton Handley School
|Wheat-pigeon-peregrine: a food chain drawn by Luka |
from Stretton Handley School
Meanwhile. Ian Layton our Engagement Officer, has been working hard behind the scenes to develop both resources boxes and an education pack for schools, aided by a team of teachers and staff from the county council. These new HLF-funded resources won't be available for a while yet but will be trialled in a few schools during the summer. (Ian is also now working on setting up the Watch Points to start in late May. If anyone wants to offer to help with any of these please email Ian at email@example.com .
Nick B (DWT)