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Author: Agent Littlejohns

Mad Hatter’s Spring Chorus

The children at Mad Hatter’s Nursery School have had an excellent start this year, covering crucial, topical issues in our Conservation Art workshops. The plight of the pangolins, the wonder of otters, along with subjects like coral reef conservation – to name but a few – have been playfully coloured in a calming, fun and […]

Tree Hugging

The children at my Spring Term After School Club at Liphook Infant School began the year by learning about tree conservation and winter birds in a creative manner. Coincidentally, the new incredible documentary series, The Green Planet, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, which also started at the beginning of January, is all about trees and […]

Greatham Village Nursery – In Touch with Nature Project update

Greatham nursery already has a pond area along with quite a few trees in their back play area, but the nursery would love to create a wild area with wildflowers, a log roll and a bug hotel at the front of the nursery to encourage more wildlife into the green areas. This way the children would be able to watch and learn […]

Mad Hatter’s Nursery School – In Touch with Nature Project update

Mad Hatter’s is using the grant money to encourage more hedgehogs into the children’s play area. Mrs Chiverton would like to plant more hedgerow and a couple of willow trees to make a willow tunnel. Barry, Mrs Chiverton’s husband, will build a hedgehog house (to save cost) and if any money was to be left over they would add more […]

Renewable Energy with Liphook Infant School

Explaining the science behind climate change and how it adversely effects our beautiful planet to six and seven-year-old children is not so easy but, the kids at Liphook Infant School were engaged and received the information willingly, which was then translated very well through their art. Considering that the Arctic is warming two to three […]

Conservation at Liphook Infant School

Running after school clubs with slightly older children is quite a different scenario to working with pre-school toddlers, who are capable of understanding general ideas, whereas the kids in my new club at Liphook Infant School are eager to learn exactly why things happen. There is a special area in the school’s reception dedicated to […]