Belonging, Believing, Building a Future

Visit to the Natural History Museum

Tucana and Cygnus Classes visited the Natural History Museum in Oxford to learn all about dinosuars. The children were able to examine fossils and bones and ask the experts lots of questions.

This is what the children wrote about the visit.

We looked at the Iguanadon skeleton and the T-rex skeleton and its enormous head. I didn't know that I walked under a T-rex skeleton and when I looked up it made me jump and gave me a scare. There were so many fossils, I didn't know which one to look at first. In the classroom we touched a stuffed animal. Its skin was really bumpy. We learnt that flyying dinosaurs and underwater dinosaurs aren't actually dinosaurs! We learn lots of other things too.

Please see all of the photos in the Photo Gallery on the Children's Pages.


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