The Big School Bird Watch

After a successful Big Schools' Bird Watch, results have now been posted on the RSPB website. Well done to all children for their hard work and keen interest.  Classes from Nursery to Year 6 counted the birds that visited our school grounds. Year 3 were lucky enough to spot a green woodpecker close to their classroom and Year 4 spotted a red kite.

The Big Schools’ Birdwatch aims to inspire children to care about nature.  For more information visit the RSPB website

Flamstead End Big Schools' Bird Watch Results 2017.
Bird Watch Results 2017 (600 x 431)


We were taking part in the Big Bird Watch, we saw 1 pigeon, 2 crows and three seagulls! We decided to make bird cake to hang out to attract smaller birds. Click on the image to see more.....

Nursery Bird Watch (5)
Reception - RHT Bird watching RHT (1)
Year - 2DC bird watch 2

Year 4

There was excitement on Tuesday when Class 4CW went out to do some bird spotting. Suddenly, a red kite appeared.  It was high up in the sky but the children could make out its angled wings and forked tail. Some could even make out its unmistakable reddish-brown body.  Unfortunately, they didn't have a camera with them so when they returned to class they set about drawing their own image.  Later in the day it was spotted again from the classroom window and a photo was taken; although it was from quite a distance they were sure it was the same red kite that was seen earlier. 24/07/17. Click on the image to see more....


Bird watch (1)


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