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We've all gone all wibbly-wobbly...

Weren't we lucky this week with the beautiful sunshine? It's been just like summer!


Rachel had the WORST idea, the most wobbly, yucky, eewww idea for what we should learn about this week. What is the spookiest thing you can think of that lives in the sea?


Sharks? NO!

Sea cucumbers? NO!

Crabs? NO NO NO!


I think JELLYFISH are the yuckiest thing in the sea. Rachel thinks they are beautiful. Rachel likes their colours and the way they glide in the deep blue sea.


Do you like them?

Some yucky jelly facts

  • Jellyfish only have one hole which which they use to eat with AND poo out of. That is very yucky

  • Jellyfish have stinging cells in their tentacles so please don't touch them. Ouch!

  • Sea Anemones are a type of jellyfish.


Sea anemones (that is a really hard word to spell) like tuna fish. We fed them some and watched their tentacles curl around the fish and pull the tuna into their mouth.


Did you know that turtles eat jellyfish, and that sometimes turtles mistake plastic bags floating in the ocean for jellyfish and eat them? Poor turtles. The plastic makes them very poorly.


We fed our dustbin turtle some delicious jelly.



What a wibbly-wobbly sticky jelly turtle fish time we had!

Fabulous jellyfish drawings boys. Well done!


See you soon for some slimy, salty seaweed fun!


This week we started CoppetKids –our new after-school session on Thursday's from 4.15-5.15pm.



Our first session was great fun and it was lovely to meet new friends. Everyone made wonderful flying jellyfish. I couldn't believe how fast you could run with them, I certainly couldn't catch you!


Well done on walking the plank with all that wobbly jelly. Very clever, great balancing!



To book you next session click here


See you soon



Did you know, you can now celebrate your birthday with us? We now run birthday parties! Choose from pirate, seahorse or rock-pooling adventure themes. Go to our birthday party page for more details.





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