Pupils in our Year 9 Community and Well-Being Pathway had a wonderful visit from Wild Acre Animal Rescue. Diane is a foster carer who currently looks after thirty-eight cats! We learnt about the many different circumstances in which Wild Acre have rescued animals, discussed why it is so important to care for animals properly and what to do if you think an animal is not being looked after properly. We also met Rosie the rescue Pug and two lovely foster cats, Clark and Jerry who seemed to enjoy exploring Room 20! Staff and pupils from Sutton donated a huge amount of food, toys and blankets to Wild Acre and really did us proud. Diane will be back soon to work with some of our Year 10 pupils- we can’t wait!