Trip to Bocketts Farm

Students in Seoul class enjoyed an end of year class trip to the farm on Tuesday. We fed cows, goats, sheep and alpacas and then we went on a tractor ride round the fields. We could see The Shard and the arch at Wembley Stadium because there were no clouds and the view was really good. We were able to stroke rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens and we watched a goat being milked. We had to guess whether the milk would be warm or cold! After lunch, we watched the pig race and played in the climbing area and on the giant slide. It was really fun!

 

 

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