Seaford College students enjoy falconry display

Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 1Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 2Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 3Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 4Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 6Seaford College Xtreme Falconry 7Seaford College Year 7, 8 and 9 students were treated to a falconry display at the end of the Spring Term. The pupils were taught about the science of adaptations and flight using a range of birds of prey, including a peregrine falcon and a barn owl.

The display was conducted by experienced professional falconer Martin Ballam and covered topics within the National Curriculum such as food chains and conservation. “All the pupils had a great time and asked and answered a huge number of questions,” said biology teacher Seb d’Agar, who organised the event.

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