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The Rum Story- Class 4 Trip

Did you know that at one time Whitehaven was the third largest port in England? This was just one of the fascinating facts that class 4 heard during their trip to The Rum Story Museum. As we continue our work on 'Journeys', we have taken to look at trade and in particular how certain trades benefited Cumbria. Rum and the 'Slave Trade' certainly played its part in the history of our local region.

After our guided tour of the museum, we all had a Caribbean Cocktail (a fruity non - alcoholic punch). 

Class 4 trip to Maryport- October 2019

As part of our topic on Journeys, Trade and Migration, class 4 recently visited Maryport. We started our visit having a look around the Maritime Museum. There was lots of interesting things to see, including some wonderful seascapes and a special section based upon Cumbria's link to the Titanic.

 

Maritime Museum

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We then had a tour around the harbour to find out the fascinating history of this one time busy port. We ended our day doing some insitu sketching of the boats in the harbour.
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16.7.19 Class 3 and 4's annual summer trip. This year we went to The Cocoa Bean. We had an amazing day playing outside and eating chocolate. What a way to spend a Tuesday!

Monday 20th June 2016-Class 3 and 4 have had a lovely day at The Cocoa Bean Factory. Who knew they liked chocolate? They really enjoyed playing outside on the slides, on the pirate ship, on the swings and in the castle fort. They spent ages digging for gold - some lucky enough to find it - and best of all they enjoyed making all the chocolate goodies. Well done Class 3 and 4 for an exceptional day of fun, I think the staff enjoyed themselves just as much :)

Tom also bumped his head 4 times.
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