Year 3 has just been on our very first residential trip, to….
On Thursday 7th January, we returned to school after our Christmas break and boarded the bus with our Adventurebug guide, Matt Butler, bound for the Parque de las Ciencias (science museum) in Granada, which is around 2 hours from our school in Marbella. Here is the route we took.
we headed into the museum for our visit.
We were very excited to be visiting the mummies exhibition!
There were mummies there from all over the world, including a replica of the Iceman, a natural mummy found in the ice here in Europe, 25 years ago. However, our main interest were the Egyptian mummies as our new topic this term is all about Ancient Egypt.
We saw a replica of Tutankhamun‘s death mask.
Here are some photos from the rest of our museum visit.
After an exciting day of Science, we visited the outskirts of the Alhambra, a moorish palace dating back to the 14th Century and probably what most visitors to Granada come to see…
The next day, we drove to the beautiful Embalse del Cubillas for a morning of fun outdoor activities led by Matt and Baruch from Adventurebug.
Our activities included:
- tree climbing
- a blindfold game called Minefield
- the caterpillar walk!
It was a trip of ‘firsts’ and ‘mosts’. For some of the children, it was the very first time they had spent a night away from their families, slept on the top bunk or seen a real live (well, you know what I mean!) mummy. Others had never climbed so high or had a sleepover with so many other people.
Mrs Griffiths and I were very proud of you all and know that you are ready for your longer trip in Year 4!
What was the best bit of the trip?
Which of the Adventurebug activities was your favourite and why?
How did you feel when you got back to school again?
Have you ever been on a school residential before? Please write and tell us about it!