What a fantastic day we had at Brockholes nature reserve we had with Saturn class. The weather was on our side and we had glorious sunshine which meant we could make the most of the outdoors. We kick started the day learning and re-capping about the processes of the water cycle. We played a ‘tig’ game which involved children acting as a water cycle feature such as the sun, clouds, and precipitation. Following this, children worked as a team and made a model water cycle using raw materials in the forest. In the afternoon, we looked at a model river and its features. We then ventured out to the River Ribble and went on a hunt for a meander, erosion, deposition and a tributary. Jupiter loved looking at the different wildlife too using the binoculars and we even spotted a heron! I am sure Jupiter class will sleep well tonight – I think I will too!

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