The Chicken Cam – 2014

Welcome to the 2014 Chicken Cam.   When Phil arrived at school on Thursday Morning to get the Webcam working, one of the chickens had already hatched, and others looked to be getting ready to go.   The classroom is already a hive of excitement.  I hope that our live web feed enables you to join in the magic of our newly hatching chicks.

Be patient whilst the video buffers for playback. When you see the play button, click it to start the video feed
Why not leave a comment below telling us about anything you see that’s interesting or funny…

Here’s a video we managed to capture of a chick just as it was hatching…

57 Replies to “The Chicken Cam – 2014”

  1. Oh dear! Seems to have gone offline. I’ll check it out on Monday. Hopefully we’ll iron out the teething problems before the chicks start to hatch on Tuesday!

  2. the eggs in the incubator looked very warm and cosy.Also the chicken cam is amazing because you can see the eggs even if you are at your house.

  3. I think this is brilliant! If you look carefully, you might be able to see a hole in a chick egg and the chick egg I’m talking about is one in the row that if you go to have a look at the eggs it is the row nearest to you.I can see the little hole.

    1. Hello miss Golding I am so enjoying the cam one of the chicks hatched when I left at 6:00 and it was black but the chicks seem settled after a long day 🙂

    2. Hey guys lets think of some names for the chicks
      What shall we call my black and white mottled,any suggestions?

  4. I saw a little fluffy chick pecking out of its egg shell.
    I got to school just after the first chick hatched and stroked it.

  5. It’s great to have Chick-cam back! I am looking forward to watching the chicks develop over the coming weeks. 🙂

  6. I really enjoyed this all and now Year 2 have got duck eggs in our classroom.
    I really enjoyed all of the chicks eggs too. On Thursday I had a chick that pecked me a few times and then dozed straight of to sleep. I decided to call him Dreamy!

  7. I just voted for hatching duck eggs

    If you do them I just can’t wait see what they look like when they’re really small

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