Warwick Castle Trip
An amazing time was had by all at Warwick Castle today for our whole school trip. There was so much to see and do that I am not sure that any of us got round the entire site! A fun-filled day included learning all about forces, crime and punishment, attacking and defending, stories and shields in the workshops where the experts delivering them taught us so much and had us in stitches.
There was also the allure of a Horrible Histories maze, a bird of prey show, a talk on archery weapons, a demonstration of the trebuchet and freedom to walk around the rather high walls and towers.
We learnt a lot, laughed a lot, saw a lot and would highly recommend it to anyone for a day out.
It was also nice to hear some great feedback about the children’s enthusiasm and knowledge from the staff there, and a member of the public pulled Mrs Hill aside to say how amazingly behaved he thought they all were.
Here are some shots of some of what we got up to (including a lot of drunkards and thieves as you’ll see!):
It was a tiring day for sure: