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To launch Gauguin's new science unit they visited The Gordon Brown Centre in Rotherwick. They had a wonderful day learning about food chains and hunting for evidence of producers, primary consumers and secondary consumers (predators) as well as thinking about the impact of specific producers not being in a food chain on the animals that rely on it for food. The mini beast hunt and pond dipping helped the children really focus on the amount of wildlife in specific habitats and their part to play in the food webs.
The children found toads, leopard slugs and palmate newts (a different species to the ones we have in the school pond).
Although we didn't get to see the rabbits because of the heavy downpour of rain right at the end of the day, it was a fantastic day enjoying the outdoors.
Thank you to the parents that helped today.