Last Monday, 29 September, Orchard Park Wildlife Project ran a Key Stage 2 session for a group of home school children. We looked at how animals are adapted to their habitats through outdoor exploration of Orchard Park habitats and the minibeast wildlife that live in them. We also examined live pond creatures including newts and sticklebacks to identify their adaptations to pond life, and played an interactive owl game. Thanks to all the children and parents who came along and enjoyed the session. Carol Inskipp planned and ran the session, and Tim Inskipp provided pond creatures, microscopes, wildlife expertise and more – both donated their valuable time and knowledge – thank you so much. Zahira kindly provided the photographs.