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RT @Hawthorns_Oak: A lovely walk this morning at Daisy Nook followed by dinner in the cafe…. back on the bus before the hailstone #oakclassrule @HT_forest https://t.co/TH1nORUqan



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RT @Hawthorns_Oak: A lovely walk this morning at Daisy Nook followed by dinner in the cafe…. back on the bus before the hailstone #oakclassrule @HT_forest https://t.co/TH1nORUqan



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Hawthorns_Syc pupils Aiden and Miftah have identified birds captured on our #cameratrap – great tit, blue tit and house sparrow – as well as a very cheeky squirrel https://t.co/cSGTwxgrkR



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Hawthorns_Syc pupils Aiden and Miftah have identified birds captured on our #cameratrap – great tit, blue tit and house sparrow – as well as a very cheeky squirrel https://t.co/cSGTwxgrkR



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Every1Learning Children learn better after outdoor lessons, research finds https://t.co/3D17VcczjR



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Every1Learning https://t.co/jx7nFyzoZV



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

RT @RobGMacfarlane: Word of the day: “catkin” – on hazels, willows, birches, poplars; a slim, hanging flower cluster. From the 16th-C Dutch “katteken”, diminutive of cat; so named for the soft furriness of some catkins. (Winter hedges are currently thick with hazel catkins, which glow acid yellow.) https://t.co/Id6c6tt6tm



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Every1Learning Children learn better after outdoor lessons, research finds https://t.co/3D17VcczjR



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

@Every1Learning https://t.co/jx7nFyzoZV



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

RT @RobGMacfarlane: Word of the day: “catkin” – on hazels, willows, birches, poplars; a slim, hanging flower cluster. From the 16th-C Dutch “katteken”, diminutive of cat; so named for the soft furriness of some catkins. (Winter hedges are currently thick with hazel catkins, which glow acid yellow.) https://t.co/Id6c6tt6tm



from Twitter https://twitter.com/HT_forest

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