Read the latest reports and view photos from the children’s school trips below.
In October, Year 4 pupils visited Verulamium Museum in St Albans to support their Roman Britain topic. They learnt about everyday life during Roman times, were given a talk about the wonderful mosaics displayed in the museum and had an exciting opportunity to handle real Roman objects.
On Tuesday 8th May Chamber Choir participated in Stowe School’s Choral Festival. An intensive but enjoyable day of rehearsals culminated in performances of musical theatre songs in the Ugland Auditorium and three sacred works in a compline service in Stowe’s beautiful chapel.
An intensive but enjoyable day of rehearsals culminated in performances of musical theatre songs in the Ugland Auditorium and three sacred works in a compline service in Stowe’s beautiful chapel.
On Tuesday 20th March Year 2 visited Hamerton Zoo Park near Huntingdon. This half term Year 2 have been studying “Families” and learning about different animal families.
During the visit the children took part in a workshop called ‘Fur, Feathers and Scales’, which helped them to learn about some of the different animal groups and how to recognise them, based on their features. They met an African Pygmy Hedgehog called Harry, a Conure Parrot called Alfie and a Corn Snake called Bo, which they were allowed to hold. They saw many exciting animals including Siberian tigers, cheetahs, Canadian lynx, hooded vultures, meerkats, a variety of lemurs, gibbons, several different owls and an anteater.
It was a fantastic and informative day!