A large group of high-flying youngsters enjoyed an unforgettable trip that gave them a birds’ eye view of their home city.
A group of students who had never been on a residential trip embraced every opportunity that was presented to them - including trying frog’s legs and snails - after their school won a visit to France.
Create an ‘Opera in a Day’ was the task for 22 Year 3 and Year 4 students from Southwold Primary School when they visited The Red House in Aldeburgh, the home of the world-famous composer, Benjamin Britten.
Making a splash - in some cases for the very first time - resulted in a group of Grimsby students returning to the classroom brimming with new-found confidence.
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