Giant Dinosaur Footprint Spotted at School
Pupils at Newport Infant School (Shropshire), are studying dinosaurs and prehistoric animals over the next two weeks. The schoolchildren discovered a huge three-toed dinosaur footprint in their well-kept and spacious playground at the start of the week. With the help of the dedicated and enthusiastic teaching team the pupils decided that the giant track must have been made by a dinosaur!
A Giant Dinosaur Footprint Discovered in the School Playground
Picture Credit: Newport Infant School/Everything Dinosaur
Mr Remington, the school caretaker took the precaution of sealing off that part of the playground and the children became “dinosaur detectives” as they tried to work out what kind of dinosaur had paid them a visit. The footprint is just one of the many creative dinosaur and prehistoric animal themed activities that the staff have planned for the children. All the school is involved from Reception to the Year 2 classes and Everything Dinosaur had been invited into the school to deliver a series of workshops with the budding young palaeontologists.
During the workshops the children demonstrated some amazing knowledge and were happy to explain about dinosaurs and to discuss dinosaur facts. Some of the children in the Reception classes had even brought in numerous dinosaur books from home to show our dinosaur expert.
We hope the additional teaching resources and extension materials that we supplied helps to support the school’s creative and challenging scheme of work.