Sark Watch Group

The first event of the new school year will be a presentation by Katie, Class 3, at the inter-island environmental conference on 21st September.


Planned Activities for 2017-2018 so far

Fri 29th Sept   Watch Walk – Colours of the Season, 3.30pm – 5pm leaving from school

Sat 18th Nov    Watch Workshop – Bird Feeders, 10 -11.30am in school

Sat 20th Jan    Watch Workshop – Art from Nature, 10 -11.30am in school

Sat 10th Feb    Watch Litter Pick, 10am from school

Sat 17th March  Watch Beach Clean – What’s washed up over winter? 11am from school, walk to Dixcart Beach [See report under School News]



The Sark Watch Group, the junior branch of the Wildlife Trust was officially established in June 2013. 

The school  joined the Alderney Wildlife Trust and has strong links to the Alderney Watch Group. Children also have the option of  joining as individual members which means that they receive their own membership pack including a handbook and four ‘Wildlife Watch’ magazines a year. The cost is £10 per year. Families can also join with family membership being £40.

Forms can be obtained from school or from the Alderney Wildlife Website [] 

The Watch Group organises and leads a number of events and activities throughout the year with recent events including bird and bug walks, a dusk walk with bat dectector as well as litter picks and outdoor camps. Many members are also undertaking individual projects as they work towards their Kestrel Awards.


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