Ms Huntington: November 2015
We have been excited all week about our trip to Liverpool!
We got on the coach at 9.15am and started our journey to Liverpool. It took us a very long time to get there, but we were all very good on the coach. We had a biscuit to keep us going!
When we got there we couldn't wait to get going, there was so much to see and so much to do! It was great to see so many happy children thoroughly enjoying themselves and learning lots of new things too! We have never seen children eat their lunch so quickly!!
We loved the target shooter, the climbing wall, the big bubble machine, the floating ball, the dressing up alley, the pizza parlour, the doggy grooming salon, the supermarket, the construction site, the shadow room, the dark cave, the water station, panning for gold, all the crafts and of course the grand finale, the science show!
We really didn't want to come home, but sadly we had to leave. We were loaded up with bags of the fantastic things we had made during the day.
Thank you to all the Parents who helped us on our trip, we hope you enjoyed it too!
Goodbye Underwater Street, thank you for a fantastic day!
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