Dragon Watching in Silver Birch

Added on by Andy Howe.

As all good dragon-watchers know, you need your own equipment so we made telescopes and then grabbed our coats and headed outside.

We were surprised at just how many we saw roaming the grounds of Neston School. After that, we went near the edge of the woods to set a trap. We knew we wanted to build a wall and hopefully catch a small dragon. The children suggested that we use the leftover wood from the mirror maze as it already had some small walls made from wood. The children showed fantastic teamwork by collecting sticks, stones and one of them even made a pile of food to attract the dragons.