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Monday, 27 June 2016 17:03

7 New Peacock Spider Species

They're fuzzy and furry, colourful and rhythmic, super tiny but super noticeable… meet my loveable friends - the Peacock Spiders. If you do have a spider phobia then perhaps these are the kind that could convert you!

You have made a 5 year old very very happy and he is still talking about the show and all the amazing things he learnt that day.

There has been a really positive response from everyone who attended on Wednesday

Thursday, 31 March 2016 09:21

The King's School - Chester

A range of student comments

Learning Outside the Classroom - LOtC Certificate

LOtC QB logo The LOtC (Learning Outside the Classroom) is a nationally recognised quality benchmark for safety plus educational value.

 

Learning Outside the Classroom - Evaluations

Thank you for an amazing party yesterday. You were amazing. You kept the children and the adults fully entertained for an hour and half!!

Thank you so much for the brilliant party you did for Morgan and Harry on Sunday, everyone (including the adults) really enjoyed your amazing show.

Monday, 19 October 2015 15:58

Fact or Myth? The Animals of Halloween

Halloween is fast becoming a favourite holiday here in the UK, with many of us throwing parties, dressing up, playing games and enjoying delicious sweets and treats. It is also a holiday with lots of creepy wildlife associated with it; from toads, to bats, owls and spiders... but just how creepy are they?

The Northern White Rhino is nearing extinction after two males died at the tail end of last year - leaving just one elderly male, known as Sudan. The beautiful Sudan is protected 24 hours a day by armed guards and has been stripped of his horn to make him less attractive to poachers.

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 10:32

The art of camouflage

Different kinds of animals use different kinds of biology to change their colouration: in some cases it is gradual and in keeping with the seasons, whilst other animals have evolved to change their colour in a split second and without a moment's hesitation. I find this absolutely fascinating and often marvel at the art of what is essentially camouflage.

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