The little chicks are settling into the next stage of their journey very happily. They appear to like the camera!
You will be happy to know that our ten little chicks are happily settled in their new home before they go to the farm. And they appear to have made a new friend!
Today, our little chicks moved house… Miss Stocker-Jones is taking them home and then they will be going to live at her parent’s farm. Watch this space for more photos. You never know, one day we may see an egg or two. Lots of love in your new home. You will always be part of…
As you can see they are all coming along so well. We are all very proud parents! Their wing feathers are starting to grow…..
All appears happy in the Chick House! There are actually ten little chicks – hopefully the children will be able to hold them next week as they will all be a little more robust!
All nine eggs are now hatched! The little chicks are keeping warm under their heat bulb and the children are so excited to see the nine new members of the Lyndhurst family.
We have egg-citing news – we now have two chicks hatched. One hatched late yesterday and this morning at around 9am the second chick fought it’s way out the shell! How many will we have by the end of the day?
Courtesy of Friends of Lyndhurst we have taken delivery of our Living Eggs for this year. Watch this space for news of our chicks! Thank you to Living Eggs for providing the eggs and equipment
At the end of last term, Years 4 and 5 went to Baylab in Reading – a pharmaceutical company that takes a keen interest in opening its doors and educating young people as to the work they do. We partook in a day of hands on learning and fun in two excellent workshops; learning about…
Year 5 ventured into the wilderness recently as they trekked through the Living Rainforest! They peeled back the vines, and peered past the ferns and discovered a range of animals, including tortoises, snakes, armadillos and even a sloth! As they pushed on, they had to be wary of where they put their feet, as there…