WOW – Day 2 excitement!
We began the day with a visit to Casterton Primary school for an assembly, assisted by the school Osprey Ambassadors Louie and Sam, for a lively presentation to the school. W—O—W !
Casterton took part in the 2016 Skype calls to The Gambia, America, Spain and Italy, and are currently keen followers of the osprey tracking and the live Rutland Water osprey web camera. They certainly showed their knowledge and enthusiasm, and remembered so much from their osprey school work last year!
Pictured are the Casterton year 5 and 6 pupils and Ambassadors Louie Sam, with Jackie, Ken and Holly, who joins the osprey project team this year.
This afternoon the Education Team visited Oakham C of E Primary to give a presentation to the Key Stage 1 pupils. Our thanks for a warm welcome by the staff and younger pupils, and we were assisted by their Osprey Ambassadors Phoebe, Daniel and Arlen who will be keeping their school up to date with the Rutland Ospreys in the coming weeks.
The photo shows with the Ambassadors and pupils of Oakham C of E Primary school.
Schools – more about WOW!
Want the WOW experience? Click on the drop down menus in these sections of the Rutland Ospreys website
Join in WOW in the coming week and follow the migration of the Ospreys!
Free educational resources, including lesson plans & schemes of work, worksheets with teacher’s notes, games and fun activities for primary and secondary schools – just register your school by clicking here!
Don’t forget you can follow the progress of 30(05) on her migration north, plus the migrations of five other ospreys from Finland and America. Click here for the interactive map!