Most of KS2 visited London in March and took part in the Voice in a Million charity concert at Wembley Arena with nearly 7,000 other children. The Arena was packed for the evening performance and the whole event was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The following day, we visited the Science Museum and had the opportunity to look at all the exhibits. Class 3 children had been looking at British transport in class as part of their topic so it was brilliant that they could see Stephenson's Rocket on display. The children were able to explore the Launchpad which allowed them to try out lots of scientific enquiries.
We stayed at the Youth Hostel near St. Paul's Cathedral. After visiting the Science Museum , we went to St. Paul's and we all agreed that it was a spectacular building, especially the dome.
On the way home we stopped at Legoland which was great fun. We participated in a very interesting Gears and Pulleys workshop and also had lots of opportunities to explore!
The following week, we performed a selection of songs that we sang at Wembley Arena to our families and sponsors.
Thank you to everyone who supported the visit and in particular, a special "Thank you" to Mrs Carowicz who organised the whole trip.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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