Over the last term, we’ve been learning all about bees, in Treetops Nurture Room, as part of our creative curriculum.
After our pupils learned about the problems facing our buzzing friends, each pupil wrote an individual letter to the prime minister asking him to help save the bees who do so much for us.
Through our Creative Curriculum, the pupils also learned about how bees make honey, how they help our plants, and why they are so important to us and the world. We were so happy with their work that we decided to share it with the famous zoologist and TV presenter Sir David Attenborough.
Last Friday, we were overjoyed to find a handwritten letter from the man himself in our post box.
For our children’s work to have been appreciated by such a respected and well-loved figure is really amazing, and we’re so proud of the work of our pupils as well as the outstanding guidance from our teaching team, including Nicola Fry, our Nurture Lead.