On Friday 10 May, Year 6 took their learning outside the classroom and enjoyed the sunshine exploring the coastal features at Lulworth Cove.
The pupils enjoyed the scenery and learnt a lot about the different rock types, the coastal erosion and had a very informative walk to Durdle Door.
” Our trip was great and I had so much fun! Our tour guide David was amazing at explaining things so that everyone understood.” Amélie
“I really enjoyed finding out about all the different types of rocks and layers in the rocks.” Phoebe
“I brought back a beautiful piece of chalk!” Yode
Mr Titley commented: “Year 6 benefitted from what
our great coastline has to offer. Whether it’s pirates, geological
features or sea shells, the Jurassic coast provides plenty of stimulation
for the young, enquiring mind. The children have enjoyed their field
trips: strengthening their understanding of this term’s topics and being
out and about with their friends.”