7th October 2014
What a brilliant time our Key Stage 2 pupils had on their Science day trip to the Eden Project. They visited the Mediterranean Biome first, exploring the huge range of plants native to the area. They even found a ‘Trinity Chilli’, which is in the top ten hottest chillies. After lunch the pupils split into two groups to investigate the Rainforest Biome, after being given tasks to complete and present at the end of the day. The children were great detectives, despite the very hot, humid temperatures (the cool room was a welcome stop) and their final presentations of results were impressive. A huge thanks to Mrs Robbins! Mr B
To find out more about how Trinity School takes learning out of the classroom, and how your son or daughter can benefit from our practical approach, please come and talk to us at our Open Morning on Saturday 11 October from 10.00 to 12.00. To book a place on the school tour starting at 10.15, please call Fleur Rogers on 01626 774138.