L4s take action for science and climate change with the Butterfly Conservation
Biology STEM

In biology, the L4s were inspired by the Butterfly Conservation, whose president is Sir David Attenborough, to record butterfly sightings in their own gardens or surrounding areas.

The Butterfly Conservation has a campaign to 'take action for science and climate change in your own back garden', and so our girls decided to do their part in recording the winged-friends that they had found.

They spotted a selection of different butterflies and moths including the Holly Blue, Orange tip, Peacock, Red Admiral and the Cinnabar Moth! 

Not only was this a great learning and independent research project, but it also provided our students some time away from their screens, out in the sunshine instead.

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