’Children were engrossed in the whole programme’

Corpus Christi

‘Seeing the eggs hatch is a fantastic opportunity and a well-loved tradition in our school. It promotes many areas of our EYFS curriculum. Thank you for another brilliant learning opportunity!’

St Chad’s Primary

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

St Francis School

‘Supported all of our EYFS Curriculum.’

St Chad’s

It’s a brilliant Programme. Our class loved the experience and we shared the experience with the rest of the school.

St Paul’s Catholic Primary School

’Very educational, created lots of awe and wonder as well as good questions.’

Highfield School

‘Gave an insight into the reproductive cycle of animals & increased enthusiasm for this area of Science leading to a higher quality of questioning.’


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

East Park

‘Lots of children came to see the chicks. Parents appreciated the opportunity to give their children a new experience. All very interested and asked a lot of questions’.

Windmill Children’s Centre

‘A very enjoyable and educational resource – the children were enthralled, Engaging older Children and Raising the Profile of Science Within The School’

Little Acorns

‘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

‘Great educational tool. Children were really engaged.’

West Heath School

‘Accessible to whole school who were all engaged and motivated’

St Peter’s

‘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

‘Reception class and the rest of the school were all keen to be involved’

St Mary’s Primary

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

Grove School

‘Lovely Programme with all information needed provided. Children across the whole school enjoyed the experience with many learning opportunities.’

Our Lady’s School

‘The children loved the whole experience – just magical: Thank you.’

Holywell Primary School

“In our setting the nurturing is invaluable”

– Kingston Centre

‘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

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

Little Scholars

‘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

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

Seedlings Nursery

‘Children not used to animals got the chance to boost their confidence. Posters were
brilliant for staff and children.’

The Wendy House

‘Always wonderful as the ‘Wow’ factor. It encourages children to talk and is a platform for much learning.’

St George 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

‘Amazing to watch! Very educational for the children & staff.’

Southgate PreSchool

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

St Martins

‘The Nursery children, their parents, staff and children from upper school enjoyed the excitement and experience of watching the eggs hatch and observing the growth of chicks over the 2 weeks.’

Holy Trinity

‘We usually have Living Eggs every year. Beneficial for children’s language development and talking about changes observed with the chicks. It fits in well with ‘Understanding and Knowledge of the World. In our setting the nurturing is invaluable.
Engaged the children in learning and also engaged some of our ‘hard to reach ‘ families and brought them into the setting.
There was an amazing response from pupils and it enabled social communication skills amongst peer groups. Some groups who find communication difficult came out of their shells too.’

Stony Dean School