As you may have seen from a previous post, we created a pond in a bucket in our garden for some froglets we had looked after. We also have a big pond in our garden at school which has needed a good clean!

So some lovely people came to clean out our pond  and to fit a brand new pump. You would not believe what they found! About twenty fish, and best of all ten frogs! Now the pond is clean we have been spending lots of time seeing if we can spot them! We are so happy that they seem to be thriving in our garden and our ponds. Hopefully, we will have some frog spawn too. Watch this space!

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