Since the beginning of the week, we have also been taking part in 30 Days Wild. If you want, you can sign up as a family via The Wildlife Trusts website (see link). In school, we are trying to do a nature-related activity every day. We are recording it on a special poster and have set up a nature table in the classroom. Our home-learning this half term has lots of suggestions for things you might like to try!
Throughout June, we challenge you to do something wild every day. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness. The acts can be as complicated or as simple as you like.
No matter where you are in the UK, your Wildlife Trust is protecting and standing up for wildlife and wild places in your area. They connect local people to nature on their doorsteps; restore diverse wild places and look after thousands of nature reserves for future generations; and inspire people to take action for wildlife. They believe that everyone can make a positive difference to their local environment and that by working together we can achieve nature’s recovery on land and at sea.