Year 4 went on a trip to the Horton Kirby Environmental Education Centre.
As part of our Victorians topic this term, the children went on a quest to uncover what life was really like for children during that era. They explored an authentic Victorian classroom, learnt about their collection of artefacts and had the opportunity to play a variety of Victorian games on the playground. Children also used a Victorian map and photos of Horton Kirby to investigate the village.
A fantastic time was had by all! Have a look at the photos below to see just how much fun we had:
St Peter's Class recently went on School Journey to Arethusa in Kent. They had a very exciting experience participating in various activities such as archery, rock climbing, archery and team building.
A fantastic time was had by all the children and adults, taking home lots of lovely memories as well as a suitcase of muddy clothes! It was a pleasure to see different sides to the children that we would not particularly see when we are in school!
The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves, were extremely well behaved and were an absolute credit to the school. Well done to all those children who were super-brave attempting new challenging activities!
A big thank you to all the adults who helped to make the children's visit a fun-filled and memorable one. Have a look at some of the photos below to see just how much fun we had: