Over the last couple of weeks, Becky and I have worked with Andover C of E and Vernham Dean Gillum Schools for the second time on this project (with Andover C of E it’s my third time overall as I also worked with them to say thank you and goodbye to the One Ash tree).
In both these recent sessions we have used fold-out maps on walks out of school, to record the Ash trees that we found, and the different features and wildlife that we encountered along the way.
Andover C of E is a town centre school, whilst Vernham Dean lies a few miles to the north of Andover in a very rural area. With the first school, we walked through the town and along the river, whilst with the second we visited the nearby playing field (Bury Dean, a plague burial site so the children tell…
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