On Friday 22nd March, years 3 and 4 went on a very exciting trip to London to see Classical Spectacular at the Royal Albert Hall. For some children, this was their first trip to London and all enjoyed looking at the sights from the coach as we drove through London. The concert was brilliant, with music from the likes of Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Strauss. Each piece was accompanied by dancers, lasers, opera singers and fireworks. There was even gunshots and cannons to go with the 1812 overture finale. Everyone had a great time and it was completely worth the long journey!
Years 3 and 4 visited Sheringham Beach for a free trip to look at the ecology on the beach. The trip was delivered by Rob from The National Trust and he got the children really interested in the animals and habitats we could see. We started off digging for worms and the children held them! Then Rob went in the sea with a net and collected shrimps and small fish. The last activity was rock pooling and everyone searched hard for sea creatures. We found lots, including: anemones, crabs and starfish.