Science Trip

By Support - January 28th, 2019 | Posted in News

On Wednesday 23rd January the classes of Washington DC, London and Brasilia enjoyed a wonderful visit to the Natural History Museum to support their learning on our topic of dinosaurs.

The children were amazed to see the huge dinosaur bones and the fossils they left behind. They were shocked by how massive the dinosaurs were when they stood next to them. A particular highlight was meeting the gigantic, robotic Tyrannosaurus Rex. They learnt that the T-Rex was known as the king of the dinosaurs.

The beautiful, old building, in London’s South Kensington, also impressed everyone.

The visit really brought the children’s learning to life and they came back to school having learnt many new facts. In fact… it was a roaring success!