On Thursday 7Th June, Year 2 visited Legoland as part of their Science topic about ‘Habitats’.
The excitement was bubbling as soon as the girls arrived at school and they simply couldn’t wait to get there!
When they arrived, the girls attended a special Science workshop – ‘Underwater Creatures and Habitats’. The Legoland staff taught the girls about various creatures that could be found in the world’s oceans, and introduced them to terms such a predator, prey and camouflage. After listening carefully to their Legoland teacher, the girls then worked in small groups to build their own underwater creatures and habitats including eels, sharks, clown fish and many more. Every group presented their model to the rest of the class, justifying their choices using their newly acquired knowledge. All of the girls collaborated so well together and were complimented by the Legoland staff for their excellent behaviour.
As the day continued, they made the most of their time at the park by visiting as many attractions and rides as possible! This included the Driving School, Fairy Tale Brook, Scarab Bouncers, Destiny’s Bounty, Spinning Spider and the Pirates of Skeleton Bay stunt show.
Yer 2 finished the day by riding on the Atlantis Submarine. This was the perfect opportunity for the girls to get up-close and personal with some of the marine life that they had learnt about that morning. The girls were amazed to see such incredible creatures (including sharks and stingrays!) in action.
This wonderful day was full of learning and enjoyment, with lots of smiles and laughter. Well done girls, everyone is so proud of you for representing Maltman’s so positively.
Thank you to all of the staff and parents who accompanied the trip – they couldn’t have done it without you!