Month: May 2018

Late Spring 2018 – Operation Grey Partridge Update

” absolutely loved having the partridge chicks and were sad to see them go today…We’ve had hen chicks in the past, but I definitely preferred the partridges, not only because they are cleaner(!), but it was lovely to talk to the children about the conservation project and use some of the resources to illustrate the… Read more »

The Oxford Mail

Ofsted: Faringdon Pre-School rises from inadequate to good – May 2018 The inspector said “They provide activities that engage children’s interest – for example, children eagerly watched their hatched ducklings and frogspawn.” Click here to read the full article

The Isle of Thanet News

Ramsgate Arts Primary pupils ‘transfixed’ by hatching chicks – May 2018 Teacher Sophie Spurrier is Early Years Lead at RAPS. She said: “The children were so excited to be able to watch the magical transformation from an egg in an incubator hatching into a fluffy chick. It is a perfect hands-on experience and is a… Read more »

The Lincolnite

Poultry in motion at Lincoln care home – May 2018 Home Manager Becky Hunt said: “It’s been a great experience for our residents and one we hope to repeat next year.” Click here to read the full article

West Sussex County Times

Henfield pupils enjoy chick hatching – May 2018 “This egg hatching experience uses ethically sourced providers, so after the eggs hatch, the chicks are collected and then live on a farm or are rehomed with hobby chicken keepers.” Click here to read the full article

Spring 2018 – Simply beautiful

“We have absolutely loved this experience. I have attached some of our photos of our ducklings having fun!” A massive ‘WOW!” and thank you to Sarah from Arnett Hills School in Hertfordshire for sending in these stunning photographs – they are all absolutely beautiful.

Bracknell News

Ducklings are the stars of the class at Keep Hatch Primary School, Berkshire – May 2018 “Once the children have all had a chance to hold the ducklings, the rest of the school will come down to meet them. Everyone is very excited.” Click here to read the full article