Eagle Eye

You might think what a funny name for an activity “Eagle Eye”, until you realise that the activity is teaching the pupils about hiding, camouflage, the importance of colour, staying very still and food chains – all while having fun. The “Eagle” is always very hungry, looking for food and the food today was pupils. They had to hide in our woodland area and avoid being caught. Some kept a low profile and covered themselves with leaves – others were a little too obvious and were easily caught. It’s a good job the Eagle wasn’t real – well done Joshua and Edward – or several of our pupils would have been eaten!