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What a fantastic first day at Stubbington!
Shortly after we arrived at the study centre, the children were introduced to the team. They got settled into their rooms and then had a tour of their new surroundings.
After a bite to eat, the children began their first activities. Hamilton spent their afternoon learning all about the population of different species before experiencing what life would be like as a cunning fox. As part of this activity, they needed to work collaboratively to escape from the farmers (teachers) who were hunting them.
NEWS UPDATE: An Earthquake struck Stubbington this afternoon! Luckily, Peake class were on hand to help as they ventured on a rescue mission through tricky obstacles and over lava-covered grounds. They demonstrated brilliant teamwork and fortunately all returned safely from their rescue.
Jemison class headed off to build shelters on a desert island where they were tested for protection against predators, sun and rain. Unfortunately for Jemison, it did begin to rain buckets! Now, these buckets may have been in the hands of the teachers!
We have finished off our day with some Year 5 singing and a wildlife talk from a local wildlife photographer. Half of the children will also have the opportunity to visit the hide this evening to see what wildlife they can see for themselves. Hopefully, the photography talk will inspire some spectacular shots!