Bolton School Infants

Children's Joy as Chicks Hatch

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The waiting is over as nine chicks hatched overnight at Beech House, Bolton School's Infant School, much to the delighted of children and staff!

The pupils have overseen their incubation and, since hatching, have been carefully feeding and watering them, monitoring their growth and looking after them. The chicks will then be delivered back to nearby Bowland Farm. 

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