Year 6 visited the Natural History Museum in Tring today as part of their topic on the science unit of animals and humans. They attended a workshop about skeletons where they got to examine and identify the animal. They saw lots of displays of animals from across the world; including polar bears, snakes, tigers, seals and monkeys. They learned about where lots different species come from and how they evolved.
The children’s behaviour throughout the day was to be commended. In fact, a member of the general public also visiting the museum commented on how well behaved the class was.
Thank you to our parent helpers; Mrs Vellacott and Mrs Lambert and also to Miss Lincoln who organised the trip, Mrs Davenport, Mrs O’Donnell and Mrs Lincoln who accompanied the children.