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Castleshaw Day

This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort.

This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 1 observing the reservoir
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 2
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 3 collecting creatures from the brook with nets
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 4 using features to identify species
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 5 trekking through the mud
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 6
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 7 exploring moss and its features and uses
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 8 a badger sett
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 9 even cowdung is a habitat!
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 10
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 11 using compass points to navigate
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 12
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 13
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 14 a Roman coin
This week, classes explored habitats around the river, pond and brook at Castleshaw by collecting and observing living things before returning them carefully. Children also used map and team skills during activities based around orienteering at the Roman Fort. 15 a fresh water crayfish
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