Wild fauna in the class
In collaboration with our friends from Zoo & school, on march 28th and 29th ,our Primary students had the chance to enjoy a practical exhibition of wildlife in the school.
They received lectures and theoretical explanations and after went on to see, smell and touch animals such as geese, chickens, macaws, squirrels, raccoons, ferrets, snakes and even a wallaby, an Australian marsupial cousin of the kangaroo.
They learnt about the fascinating world of bees and beekeeping, and there was a practical exhibition of birds of prey such as owls, owls, hawks and kestrels.
It was a beautiful activity that brought wilderness to our school and allowed our students to complement their theoretical knowledge with the practice, because the thing was to see, smell and touch.