“Created ‘awe and wonder’ for children, particularly less able. Promoted good writing experience, especially for boys”

– Ashcroft Infants

‘Brilliant! All children were engaged. It was emotionally and academically a success’  ‘We have had a truly amazing time, thank you for the opportunity.’

All Saints

“ Lots of language from children with speech and language difficulties”

– The Pines School

‘Unique experience to see eggs hatching. Wonderful inspiration for work.’

St Luke’s School

‘Absolutely fantastic and can’t wait to do it again next year.’

Little Scholars

‘The whole school, children, teachers & parents loved having the chicks in school.’

Maple School

‘We have had Living Eggs for many years. The Programme is amazing. The children love the hands-on learning and it’s all very positive for Staff, children and parents. It helps settle new children.
Thank you
Living Eggs!’

Willow Nursery

‘The Programme impacted on the children’s speech development & awareness of the wider world.’

Grove School

‘Excitement and motivation enhanced Science, Writing, Maths, Creativity and Observation Skills’

St Francis School

‘Created ‘awe and wonder’ among school community.’

St Albans School

‘EYFS planning was very useful.’

Woodlands Nursery

‘Links to IPC topic ‘I’m Alive’ –  Good Introduction to living things and there are Links across Curriculum to develop Yr 1 target skills’.

Park Hill

‘Fantastic hands-on, first hand Experience for the whole school’

All Saints C of E Primary

‘Really exciting & good learning opportunities for the children.’

Seedlings Nursery

We have had the chicks for a few years running now and completely love the wonderful experience and think the company is fab!

Holly Spring Infant school.

‘Children throughout the school were enthralled by the whole process of hatching chicks as we set up a webcam the incubator. The reception class loved the caring for living things side of the experience. I have always been impressed by the way the Programme is set up.’

Featherstone School

‘Delivery was friendly and helpful. The Programme was easy and well planned with great information. It was absolutely fantastic. We had parents in each day as well! We put the chicks on a live link to our website each night. ‘Children across the school have been in awe of the programme’.

St Phillips

‘Real-life experience rather than book/video  –  more memorable!’

First Steps Nursery

‘Brilliant! We made a film about the life cycle.’

St Martins

‘The Programme inspired children’s writing and improved their knowledge and understanding of life cycles and how to care for and look after animals.’

Green Meadow Primary

‘Absolutely fantastic and can’t wait to do it again next year.’

Little Scholars

‘Supported and enhanced delivery of Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.’

Bushbury Nursery

“All Pupils at the Centre were involved – brought out the softer side of our more troubled pupils”

– Orchard Centre

‘Children and Staff loved the Programme. Children were very enthusiastic about learning details of the life cycle of a chick. Very efficient and informative delivery.’

St Mary’s Primary

‘It was well organised and handed over professionally. The children gained an experience they have not been part of before. The PowerPoints were great, as were the Life Cycle popouts. We will definitely be using the Programme again next year.’

The Meads Primary

‘Lots of ‘Wow’ moments – used to reinforce life cycle, animals and their young.’


‘Lots of cross-curricular links (PSHE, writing etc and part of the Life Cycle topic.’

East Park

Great excitement fills the nursery as chicks have hatched in the incubator. Children bring their parents along to check on the chicks’ progress, sharing their joy in witnessing this truly magical experience.


’The children loved having the chicks and as our pupils are in the Centre for various physical and mental health needs, it was wonderful to see their interaction with the chicks.’

Cherry Trees

‘The Programme was incredibly beneficial. It is very well put together/resourced and the whole school loved having the chicks’

Abbey Primary