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Nursery children show they're wild about their planet!

As part of our recent Wear it Wild campaign, children at Noah's Ark Nursery in Woking raised valuable funds whilst learning about some of our planet's most endangered wildlife. 

They joined teachers and pupils in over 2,500 schools across the country who donned an item of animal-inspired clothing and helped to raise awareness and vital funds to protect our natural world.

Amy Morris, Nursery Manager at Busy Bees said: "As a nursery we have been working really hard to educate the next generation of children on how to conserve our planet, as we feel passionately that this should be part of education for children from a very young age." She added: "WWF is doing a crucial job protecting endangered species. Wear it Wild is such a fun way to get involved and was a great opportunity for the children to learn about our environment."

Specially developed curriculum resources enabled staff and children to discuss the different species at risk of extinction and how they can be safeguarded in the future. Using animal-themed tuff trays, staff taught children about different habitats, before making collages and painting animal portraits, which were later showcased in the nursery.

Feel inspired to Wear it Wild? You and your school can take part any time of the year!  Sign up to receive your free fundraising pack, as well as our roarsome new curriculum-linked resources that can be used in the days leading up to your Wear it Wild event.


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