Friday 20th June 2014: Mini beasts with Broad Haven School. Broad Haven had a busy week full of lots of trips and visitors. We finished their week with mini beast hunts in their school grounds followed by a mini microscope workshop to have a closer look at the critters. We managed to work with the […]
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Year 6 from Stepaside School spent the day on the Stackpole Estate with Darwin and the National Trust team. We explored the invertebrate life in the streams and the woods whilst the National Trust looked at camouflage in the woods. The children had their face covered in camouflage paint and had to hide in […]
We’ve been out and about this summer with some holiday clubs! Check out the photos below.
Elly Morgan from Oriel Y Parc delivered a workshop on Mongolia to children from Roch after school club. The round house at Oriel Y Parc has been converted in to a traditional Mongolian ‘Ger’ which is the home of a nomadic herding family. The exhibition is called Tsagaan Sar (White Moon) and it is celebrating […]
Silent World aquarium brought their travelling collection of reptiles, amphibians, marine creatures and mini beasts to the Merlin Theatre in Pembrokeshire college. The event took place over two days with four schools attending. The pupils participated in three different work shops each before finishing the session off with some snake handling. Mary Immaculate
Year’s 5 and 6 from Haverfordwest VC took part in a mini beast hunt and microscope workshop on Friday. We managed to get a video of a beetle eating a woodlouse, check it out below.
We spent the morning with pupils from Ysgol Craig Y Nos hunting for mini beasts in four different habitats at MHWP. We had one team of pupils looking in the grass, one looking under stones and leaves, one looking under logs and another looking on trees and plants! We took all of them back to […]
The celebration of the pilot project called Pembrokeshire Outdoor Schools took place at Scolton Manor. Representatives from the schools that took part presented to the other children on their local area and what they had learnt.