2021 Schools' Bird Box Project
Our chicks hatched on Thursday 6th May, they are starting to get their feathers. The adult birds are busy feeding all eight chicks.
Every year the RSPB organises competitions for children of all ages and 2021 is no exception. This year children are being encouraged to submit artwork inspired by nature. Interested in supporting "The RSPB Wild Art" competition then please click on the link below for details and if you do choose to support this worthwhile activity do email photos of your child's artwork to Seenature and they will display them on their website.
Seenature have published their viewing figures for the week Monday 3rd May to Monday 10th May, Bishops Waltham Infant School are 7th on the list with 294 visitors.
1. Gateway Primary 875 visitors 2. Shakespeare Infant 543 visitors 3. Weston Shore Infant 480 visitors 4. Hart Plain Junior 427 visitors 5. St Martins CE Voluntary 399 visitors 6. Salfords Primary 314 visitors 7. Bishops Waltham Infant 294 visitors 8. Brompton & Westbrook Primary 293 visitors 9. St Edmunds Primary 293 visitors 10. St James Primary West End 291 visitors 11. St Pauls Nelson 258 visitors 12. Kings Worthy Primary 254 visitors 13. Woodborough Primary 250 visitors 14. Ringwood Junior 258 visitors 15. Burwash Primary 240 visitors
Seenature website - New weekly website articles
This week the focus in on "How do birds adapt to their environment?" and there is a recipe for a tasty "Bird Scrap Pie".
Bird Box 2021 Week 9- Adaptation
Garden Birds - The Long Tailed Tit
Bird Food Recipes - Bird Scrap Pie
Pupil Zone Week 9
School Office, Bishops Waltham Infant School