We took all the children in the Bunny Room and went for a walk outing to Inverleith park to go and visit the swans and ducks. When we got to the pond we walked along to see if we could spot some birds and after we stopped at the park for a while, Kirstin read the children "The very hungry caterpillar" talking about the different foods the caterpillar ate. We then headed back to nursery for lunch.
This regular contact with nature can engender an appreciation and respect for biodiversity. It can
also connect them to their local community and sense of place, helping them to develop as responsible citizens committed to sustainability."
- Realising the Ambition: Being Me. 2020