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Feathered friends

We were delighted to receive another visit from Falconry UK during the first week of term.

Falconry UK brought four beautiful birds of prey for the students to meet, including the world’s smallest owl and a very noisy Kookaburra from Australia. Due to current restrictions, the students could not hold the birds but were able to get close to the birds and had many questions answered by the expert handler. Everyone was fascinated to hear that the birds had appeared in several productions including Game of Thrones and The Grand Tour. Our students really enjoyed the visit and are looking forward to meeting more birds of prey next time.

Click here to find out more about Falconry UK.

Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.

 

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