Bolton School Nursery

Farmyard Fun at Nursery

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Animals from Little Barn Mobile Farm visited Bolton School’s Nursery this week! The Tweenies, First Steps babies, Caterpillars and Butterflies were all introduced to a calf, a pair of older lambs, a goat, an adventurous chicken, a black and white rabbit, and a tricoloured guinea pig.

The children all had the chance to stroke and say hello to each of the animals. There was even the opportunity to feed the calf and sheep bottles of milk!

Everyone at the Nursery thoroughly enjoyed learning more about animals with this memorable experience.

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