Summer Trips 2023 - part V

This week children have been enjoying more trips. More children have been off to enjoy meeting all of the animals at Ark Education Barn farm at Clitheroe.

They had a wonderful time looking a the donkeys, goats, llamas, rabbits and guinea pigs. Our 2 little boys loved driving in the play all terrain vehicle!

Today TG1 and A8 students went bowling and made use of all of the games and attractions in the arcade in blackburn town centre.

They then jumped back on the bus for a quick drive to lunch at McDonalds. They had a great time and all behaved really well out in the community.

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