Our Year Six children have been exploring a local nature reserve this morning, trying to locate lots of interesting plants and animals- just like Charles Darwin did on his first expedition over 200 years ago! The children worked in teams to find deciduous trees, molluscs, arachnids and wild mammals.
We spotted deer, herons, lots of ducks, millipedes and- although they weren’t wild- even came across some llamas! The children, and teachers, had a great time and are now busy writing up their findings in their topic books!

Mr J. Thompson

My name is Mr Thompson and I am the class teacher in year 5 as well as the PE subject leader. This is going to be my second year teaching at Park and it is one that I am really looking forward to. Away from the classroom, I enjoy socialising with friends, going to the gym and taking part in a variety of sports.
Mr J. Thompson

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