If you enjoyed Big Schools' Birdwatch, I think it's fair to say you're going to like our next annual nature survey - Make Your Nature Count, which takes places between 2nd - 10th June.
Take a step for nature by spending an hour recording the summer sightings of wildlife in your school garden, we'll also need to know a little bit about what your garden is like, and if you've also spotted any non-avian species such as moles, hedgehogs and squirrels.
This activity is really easy for you to do in school with your class - instead of your garden at home, simply use your school garden or grounds!
If you register now, it's easier for you to submit your results - plus you will receive a fantastic 10% discount on our online goodies in the birdfeed and wildlife categories - a great incentive to stock up on your wildlife essentials at school.
We have recently become content partners on the Times Education (TES) website - which means we can upload and share our resources directly with the 1.8 million teachers that search their resource database. This is a fantastic scheme which gives us some great promotion whilst at the same time showing we are serious about producing quality educational resources that are relevant for teachers to use in (or outside) their classroom.
So imagine my pleasure yesterday when I discovered our school resources have been featured on the TES Primary landing site this week, which regular daily tweets from the primary team at TES!
After discussion with the TES primary adviser yesterday, it was so good to hear how interested he was in our resources and how important he thought it is to engage children with the nature around them.
Small steps really can make a big difference!
If you haven't found your way to our TES profile yet, you can see it here.