Year 6 had a lovely visit to Horton Kirby. They delved into the scientific world of grouping and classification of animals. First, they learnt about the different types of invertebrates and after that, how they were classified. Next, they got to go down to the river to have a go themselves. The children were well behaved and thoroughly enjoyed getting into the water. They were amazed at how many different types of organisms they could find; one group even caught a fish! A big thank you to everyone at Horton Kirby for making us so welcome and giving us such a fun day out!
From 8th to 10th March, Year 6 had a great time on School Journey to Arethusa taking part in lots of different activities - going on a very muddy woodland walk, swimming, orienteering, rock climbing and various team games. They also enjoyed their evening activities and especially the visit from a storyteller.
Imperial War Museum, Duxford
Year 6 visited the Imperial War Museum which was built in 1917 and used as a training station for the Royal Air Force, playing a major role in the Battle of Britain during the Second World War.
The children had a fantastic day where they got to see many famous aircraft, including a Spitfire and Lancaster; they even got to step inside a Concorde! The children were extremely well behaved and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.