Thurnham School visits to BWT

Thurnham School Year 2 children make annual visits to enhance their nature study.

Here are some sentences from their very jolly thank you letters.

"Dear Mr John, Mr Jeff and Mr Derek,"

  • Thank you for letting us come to the wooderland trust.  Poppy
  • Were you alive when the woodland trust was bult?   Ryan
  • I liked looking at the fox holes because I find it intresteen!  Keira
  • I liked the Mase.  It was amasing.  Dylan
  • My favourite was the green man because I like how the man did the carving.  Felix
  • Were we had our lunch was the nicest place we could have it.   Sophie
  • I learned that goats eat trees so they haf too bee pretectid.  Iris
  • I really enjoyed the bug hotel because bugs live in the hotel and I like bugs! Jude
  • What is the rarest animal in the Woodland trust?  Harry
  • I learned that there was a kave.   Ezra
  • I also liked the owles because they look real.  Nathan
  • I liked the coulrful leaves and the coulurful flowers because they were so colurful. Eliza
  • I liked seeing the goats.  Ruby
  • I also looked at the Indian Bean Tree because there were long beans. How tall is the Indian Bean Tree? Mason
  • I really enjoyed seeing the green man carving because at the front there was a seat but at the back its the green man carving.  Lacey
  • Thank you for showing us around the Woodland Trust.  Olivia
  • I loved it so much it was the best school trip ever.  Billie

The answers to the children's questions can be found here on our website, which has a useful search box (top right) to put your keyword in! 

In 2015 our volunteers gave the school a wooden owl, like the ones in Moore Meadow.

Here are two complete letters.