Visit to Shrewsbury

Date: 13th Oct 2015 @ 7:27pm

Today, Class Four went on a visit to Shrewsbury, home of Charles Darwin, as part of their science studies about evolution and inheritance.

Theyhad a great day; at the Museum they looked at a range of fossils of trilobites, and discussed the changes that had happened over time to them. They also handled some skulls of ancient man, looking at how evolution had changed man's development and how Darwin had put forward his ideas about evolution.

The afternoon was spent at the Cheshire Wildlife Trust, where they were hunting for minibeasts and looking at their features through observation, then making their own'worms' which had to adapt to changing environments.  The staff at both places were very knowledgeable and the children learned a great deal to add to their study in school.

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Duddon St Peter's Primary School

Tarporley Rd

Head teacher:
Paul Hudson B. Ed., NPQH

Main Contact: Abigail Langan

Tel: 01829 781366

SEN Contact: Holly Tench

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