Last week the children in our Early Years went on their visit to Scotswood Community Garden. Thank you to the grown ups who came along to help; we couldn’t do it without you! The session was aimed at supporting children’s understanding of the world they live in and seasonal change. During the visit children learnt about how some animals, like hedgehogs, hibernate in the winter. The children worked hard to use Autumn leaves and branches to build a nest for a hedgehog – the main aim was to keep the hedgehog warm. The children had a fabulous time and, as always, demonstrated our school values: respect, resilience, responsibility and engagement.