Summer Trips 2023 - part II

More trips have been taking place, to Blackpool zoo again, where TG3 tell me the sea lions were a firm favourite, as well as the giraffes and ice cream sandwiches and chips, that they bought with their hard earned money from their mini enterprise tuck shop!

Apparently, the seagulls are so brave at the zoo, that they have to have a lady in a bird costume walking around to scare them away to stop them pinching people’s food!

TG2 went to St Annes by the sea and everyone had a fantastic time, playing on the beach, splashing in the paddling pool and enjoying fish and chips, then an ice cream - .

TG2 had a fantastic trip to St Anne’s beach today. When they arrived they set up base and enjoyed relaxing on the beach, walking, building sand castles, football and ball games.

They then walked to the pier and enjoyed fish and chips before finishing off with an ice cream - again bought with their own money from their Friday morning friendship cafe earnings. They all had a lovely relaxed day in the sun for their summer trip.

Back in school, children h having been enjoying having lots of fun in the sun, playing outside and cooling down with lots of water play in the shade!

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