If you go into the woods today, you may spot a mouse nest! They have been carefully constructed by our eager Year Four ecologists as part of their investigative studies on
Habitats. Inspired by an article shared in class, our hardy pupils braved the elements to locate the perfect spot to build a nest on the common. They laboured energetically to
design and create a home that would provide safety, food and shelter before testing their nest for warmth over the winter months. There is even a rumour that a squirrel, so impressed by our efforts, has been scoping a nest out for himself.