Our final walk for this half term was up the Walk of the Planets. All pupils were suited and booted for the terrain and this whole school walk was a wonderful opportunity to work together with older pupils supporting the younger classes so positively.
Signs of Spring were evident throughout with the massive ponds of frogspawn bringing learning to life. 🐸
This tied in very well with our Biodiversity Green flag work as we explore nature and habitats around us.
What is Walk of the Planets?
A solar system 3.5 kilometres long trail that follows the old Butter Road from Caherdaniel village to midway along Coad mountain.
The Planet Sculptures- Specially commissioned markers at each stop will enable a wonderful exploration of the planets found in our Solar System. Each marker consists of a metal pole with a banded sphere surrounding it. Each planet sits on a pole, within the sphere structure. An information plaque on each one offers some great details along the path.
The consistent walks have made a big impact on the overall fitness of our school community. We are very proud of how the pupils have taken on this challenge ! 👏🏼 🥾