In the afternoon one class went on a train journey to reach St Albans on Sea, while the others worked at the seaside getting things ready for the visitors. The children played hook-a-duck, went to the cafe, went to the fish and chip shop, watched Punch ad Judy, played roll-a-penny, bought souvenirs and had a lovely time spending the 12d they all had in their purses. Mrs Cameron ended the afternoon a very funny – updated! – interactive Punch and Judy show, ably assisted by two year one children.
A very big thank you to all the parents who came to help. It would not be possible to run days like this without all the adults providing assistance and support to the children.
The children’s behaviour and engagement were excellent and made all the adults very proud. They played and learnt independently and safely – you can see the concentration in t their faces in the photos. We hope that you all enjoy sharing the lovely things the children have made and that they have some interesting, new knowledge about British life in the past to share with you.