On Thursday 9 May, Year 2 and 3 took their learning outside the classroom and had a lovely day exploring the coastal features in the sunshine at Lulworth Cove, as part of their geography topic. They enjoyed the scenery and learnt about the different rock types.
Mr Titley commented: “Year 2 and 3 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.”
Some pupils commented to Mrs Cross and Mrs Crinion that it was “the best school trip ever!“.
“We loved sketching the arch at Durdle Door!“, Hugo M.
“I really enjoyed finding crystals!“, Hugo B.
“I was so happy to bring back lots of shells!“, Sarah.