On Wednesday 8th October the Foundation Stage children came to Uncleby. Squirrels class came first. They completed 3 activities in the Education centre until the coach returned with the Owl class.
They did some super colouring of the things that they hoped they would see during the day. They made a sheep using lolly sticks and goggly eyes. Finally they planted a bean in a clear cup so that they could see the roots and shoots as it grows.
When Owl class arrived the children divided into three groups. one group went with Mrs Wray to look at the animals and birds.They saw some pigs, turkeys, hens, sheep, a goose and a duck.
The second group went for a walk in the fields at Manor Farm looking at the berries in the hedgerow, the ‘bug hotel’, they liked walking through the field where the sheep were grazing. They found a frog in the grass too!
The third group went with Farmer Mike to look at the tractor and drill. He also showed the children the cows and calves in the shed.
Mrs Richardson said “Another great visit to Uncleby Education Centre which provides a super safe environment for children to explore the great outdoors and to learn about different aspects of farming, all made possible by the support of Mrs Wray, Geoff Wray & Mike Stringer. Thank you!”
Mrs Piggott said “The children had a fantastic time. They were able to experience the farm and its environment first hand. A wonderful, safe, outdoor learning opportunity”