School Trip to Wollaton Hall
I am very happy to inform you that on Thursday 17th of March we will be going on a school trip to Wollaton Hall!
After what has been a very tough couple of years, the ease in COVID-19 restrictions means that we are now able to provide exciting learning opportunities for our children outside the classroom.
For our trip, we will be heading to Wollaton Hall to see the bones of a real T-Rex! We will also have the chance to meet Mary Anning and help her identify some really cool fossils. The purpose of this trip is to help enhance the learning we have been doing in our science unit - Animal Planet. It will also help your children really understand why Mary Anning was a significant person and hopefully place a little more meaning into why we are called Anning class!
A letter has been sent home this week providing you with all the details of this trip including cost, uniform expectations and a brief overview of our day. A copy of this letter is attached to this blog.
If you have any further questions, or would like to volunteer to assist with the trip, please do let me know.
I know your children are all very excited for this day!