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Animal Intuition

Tuesday 23rd January | 6 comments

An afternoon of awe and wonder in Year 6!

We were delighted to welcome Mags from Animal Intuition. Year 6 children learnt how different animals have adapted to their habitats over millions of years to become successful animals today. We learnt so much:

  • snakes used to have legs;
  • spiders and tarantulas haven’t really changed for many millions of years;
  • there’s a good reason why hedgehogs don’t have spikes on the bottom of their bodies – can you remember?

Below are some photographs from the afternoon:


6 responses to “Animal Intuition”

  1. Evie m says:

    I loved seeing the animals especially the hedgehog and rat. The scorpion was magic

  2. Karen Chaudhari says:

    Eva loved the opportunity to hold Reggie the snake, thank you 🙂

  3. Peter Harris says:

    If hedgehogs had spikes on their bellies, they could get a job as a litter picker!

  4. Nadine Armitage says:

    Wow, fantastic photo’s. It looks like 6S really enjoyed being up close with those animals….
    Well done and great handling skills

  5. Georga's mum Jo says:


  6. Julia Gillingham says:

    Evie G really enjoyed the animals, she had so much to tell me about after school, which made a nice change.

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