Bolton School Infants

Bowland Farm Animals Visit Beech House

  • Bowland Farm - feeding alpaca
  • Bowland Farm - boy with duck
  • Bowland Farm - leading the alpaca
  • Bowland Farm - feeding goats

Pupils in Reception and Year 1 enjoyed becoming farmers for the day as Bowland Farm came to Beech House. The children loved seeing the goose, goats, sheep, hens and ducks. They were able to stroke and handle some of the animals, which was really exciting for them. Some of the pupils even took the alpacas for a walk!

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