We hope all those of you who came on the London Residential have recovered! Here is a piece of writing, that featured in the Green Un and some photos from one of the groups. The London film has also been done and will be shared in this week’s assembly.
2018 London Residential
On Friday the 11th of May, the Y5s set off to their trip in London. First, we walked down to the nearest bus stop (with our heavy bags). By the time we got on the bus the children had found their partners and split into their groups! Once we had arrived at the train station we told them their seats and luckily they found the right ones. A few minutes later the children had already started munching on their sweets. The train took 2 (whole) hours until we finally arrived in our destination LONDON!
2 hours later, the children got off their seats and walked off the train and started their long journey to the next tube station. All of the kids and adults got off on the 4th stop which was Westminster Tube Station. First we spent our money in the first gift shop we saw. All the kids had at least five pounds left for an ice cream on the next day! All of us enjoyed the sights that were found at Piccadilly Circus!
After we had seen all the views on Westminster Street we set off to see Buckingham Palace (the home of the Queen). After the kids had admired the home we set off to Hyde Park to have a rest on the grass and show others their gifts from the shops. After a long time of fun it finally became 5:30 when it was ready to eat. We all had a wonderful dinner at Pizza Express until it was time to set off to the Science Museum. We got given our badges and then we had a variety of activities to do until 11:00pm. Then we all got into our sleeping bags and tried to get to sleep. Some children didn’t get as much sleep as others did but at least they had a great day and a much harder one the next. And this was just the first day!
By, Elise and McKenzie, Y5GE J