2 Maurice Salcey Forest Trip

2 Maurice had a super day visiting Salcey Forest and luckily the weather stayed dry! As the children walked around the forest, they worked with their friends to identify different leaves and they looked for signs of how the trees and plants had grown from seed dispersal.

 

We will be using our learning from the trip in Geography, when we will be comparing trees in the UK to trees found in Sydney.

 

The children had a lovely time on the school trip and they were impeccably behaved, well done 2 Maurice.

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