Classroom bird “viewing window” at St Teresa’s

//Classroom bird “viewing window” at St Teresa’s

Classroom bird “viewing window” at St Teresa’s

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Visit the Schools Reports page on the website every friday to find out what schools in the Bird Box project are doing to develop their school grounds and give nature a home.

Would your school like to share what it is doing to promote wildlife? Send a short report and small selection of photos to: phil.bracegirdle@seeg.org.uk

Michael at St Teresa's Primary School in Ashford has created this fantastic "viewing window" in his classroom, what a great idea! Have any other teachers or pupils created something similiar in your classrooms?

Michael says: "One of my windows looks out onto the feeding area - it's been quite a distraction during lessons! Instead of blocking it in, the window has become an observation place and display of the birds seen so far. There are 3 viewing holes (for different heights of children)."

St Teresas viewing window

 

By |2018-09-04T08:51:10+00:00March 18th, 2016|School Posts|1 Comment

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Tim Hall
BirdBox Project manager and website admin, I keep things ticking in the background. If you have any queries or issues with the website or your lvie streams, just give me a shout.

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Two cameras at mileoak working!
Seems to be action in both.fingers crossed. My class also taking part in a birdwatch programme called bird buddies in conjunction with university and wildlife trust. all very excited!