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Nature has a special way of lifting our spirits and the children of St Laurence have risen to the challenge of going out into gardens, counting birds on their daily walks, or even looking through their windows and counting as many different birds as they could for the RSPB! So far, 2,570,256 birds have been counted and the St Laurence family has contributed to that. Their data will help the RSPB protect special places for nature and work to save our birds and other wildlife.

Mrs. Mountjoy added “At St Laurence, we are passionate about giving the children as many opportunities as we can to work outside and experience nature. Taking part in this year’s Birdwatch is the first step to us being awarded the Wild Challenge, a scheme that is designed to support learning and developing skills, through outdoor learning.’”