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Nature Explorers

Welcome to Nature Explorer's webpage. We will add pictures occasionally to show you what adventures we have had. 


Our aim in Nature Explorers is to learn about, and help protect, our local environment as well as have a great time exploring the outdoors!

Spreading the Word

The children of Nature Explorers made finger puppets today to help them spread the word about the importance of looking after our environment. 

Where do minibeasts live?

The children were captivated by the minibeasts of Elmbridge's playing field and forest schools area today. They really enjoyed hunting for the creatures and making them new homes. Again, the children are one step closer to achieving their RSPB award. 


Delicious treats for the birds

Today the Nature Explorers (who were dressed up for world book day) created some lovely pine cone bird feeders for the birds in their garden.  The children are now one step closer to achieving their RSPB award. 


Spreading the word

Today in Nature Explorers the children made posters to encourage others to look after the environment. Making these posters will mean the children will be one step closer to achieving their  RSPB Wildlife Action Award. 

Litter picking in the school grounds

RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch

We all took part in the Big Garden Bird Watch RSPB today and really enjoyed trying to identify the different species. 

Treats for the birds 🌲🐦

We used peanut butter, bird seed and pine cones (that we collected a while ago) to make some bird feeders. The Nature Explorers enjoyed talking about hungry birds and where we should hang the school bird feeders. 

Apple crumble!


The children used British apples and hedgerow blackberries to make delicious apple crumble. They hope to pick some blackberries and use them in their own cooking at home.  


Laughing in the leaves

Searching in the sunshine