Animal crackers at St Saviour's Infant School in Bath
Bearded lizards, giant bunnies and stick insects are just some of the creatures to have visited a Bath school.
Pupils at St Saviour's Infant School are able to meet and care for a variety of creatures at its animal club.
Julie James, who runs animal outreach centre The Park in Knowle in Bristol, brings along a variety of animals to live in the classroom.
Every Thursday after school, children are taught how to look after the creatures, and get to meet a mystery animal.
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Year Two teacher Sara James said: "The club is really valuable, as it teaches children to be responsible for a pet before they are allowed to have their own at home. The children really enjoy meeting and holding all the creatures. The club is so popular that we have a waiting list, as only 12 children can attend a term."