The Big Schools’ Birdwatch is now complete! Just before half term, on a rather damp and cold Friday morning, our intrepid Birdwatch Champions ventured outside to see how successful our supply of bird food had been. The children waited patiently and quietly and over about half an hour they saw pigeons, blackbirds, crows, seagulls and even a couple of robins!  Not surprisingly, pigeons were the most common bird that came to visit! The children carefully noted down all the birds they saw, and the results were sent off to the RSPB to support their national research.Thanks again to everyone who helped out with this – we had a very successful outcome and the children really enjoyed taking part.