Summer Trips 2022 - part IV

As we continue our blogs about the summer trips - the first time in 3 years we’ve been able to get out and about! - this week some of our youngest and oldest children have been exploring and enjoying end of year treats. The children in SEND in our youngest classes have been to Blackpool to visit the Sealife Centre.

It was a rainy day, but that didn’t matter and they had a brilliant time in the aquarium looking at all the animals in the rock pools, the fish, the sharks and walking through the tunnel with all the marine creatures swimming above and around them - fantastic!

It was an exciting, long day for our little ones and they were all sleeping on the return journey to school - hopefully parents got a good nights sleep from them after all the adventures!

Our oldest pupils in Autism, A14, enjoyed a summer trip to Haigh Hall and Woodland Park in Wigan where they played a round of crazy golf before taking in the views from Haigh Hall on their walk around the park.

Next stop was lunch at McDonalds before heading back to school.

A good time was had by all!

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