Some of our Year 6 children were lucky enough to have the opportunity to go a residential trip to see the sights in London. When they arrived in London, they went straight to see the amazing waxworks at Madame Tussauds. This was followed by a play in Queen Mary’s Gardens. Luckily, the weather stayed dry and they were able to entertain themselves playing football, climbing tree and cartwheeling. Unfortunately, their ball rolled into the river but an athletic Mr Hooper managed to rescue it!
The children stayed at a Premier Inn which was very close to Wembley Stadium. After a very full breakfast, they ventured onto the underground to travel to see the Crown Jewels and explore the Tower of London. Next on the agenda was a boat trip along the Thames to Westminster where they viewed 10 Downing Street, Big Ben and Trafalgar Square.
The evening entertainment was a trip to see ‘The Lion King’ at the Lyceum Theatre. Once their bags were packed and loaded onto the coach, the children went for a tour of the Houses of Parliament, followed by a workshop. Just before leaving London, they had a ride on the London Eye. A very full itinary, I think you will agree!