On Thursday 3rd May we were lucky enough to have a visit from West Midlands Safari Education Team.  Years One to Five spent the morning finding out facts and looking at artefacts about giraffes.  Take a look at some of the brilliant things they did below:

We looked at a giraffe skull and teeth, as well as a skull of a lion (the giraffe’s predator).  Did you know a giraffe’s eyes are about the size of golf balls?

Some children took the “giraffe stride challenge”.  Do you think that your stride is bigger than a giraffe’s?

Take a look at how long their tongues are and what a giraffe tail looks like:

The children all enjoyed learning so many interesting facts from the team – a big thank you to them!!

We also dressed up as animals, zoo keepers, farmers and park rangers.  Take a look at some of the brilliant outfits here:

I would like to thank all of the children for making the effort to dress up for the day and to support St. Richard’s Hospice, as part of the Worcester Stands Tall project.

Thank you!! Mrs Baker

Safari Rangers Day
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