Summer Trips 2023 - part III

More exciting trips have taken place this week, with another jaunt to St Annes where the beach seems to go on for miles, so they were glad of the chips afterwards - and 2 primary classes enjoying a visit to the Sea Life Centre Manchester.

Class 4 & 5 had a great time, they particularly enjoyed seeing the sharks, HUGE turtle and stingrays. It was dark, but we felt like we were under water with all of the animals!

A6 had a brilliant time on their trip to Smithill’s Open Farm in Bolton.

They spent time with lots of animals and a clear favourite for all was the goats and kids who were very friendly and boisterous!

The children all coped really well with this big change to their routine and we’re able to enjoy themselves on the ride around the farm and also playing on the slide and other equipment in the playground area.

What a fantastic time everyone is having out and about - we are really impressed with the behaviour and enjoyment of our children (and staff!) accessing a wide range of venues.

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