Tina, from the PDSA, came in to school on Friday 31st March to share with us the work that the PDSA carry out to help sick and injured animals.
Then the whole school had the opportunity to take part in some workshops with Tina to learn more about the work of the PDSA and the needs of animals.
The children from Year 3 and 4 learnt more about dogs. We were told about the five needs of a dog and the importance of each one. We then learnt how to approach a dog, the emotions and tell-tale signs of a dog becoming distressed or unhappy and what to do if a dog was to chase you. Tina told us that we would have to be a tree! Dogs find trees boring!