SCHOOL VISIT

SCHOOL VISIT

We recently visited the Heritage Centre in September 2019 with a group of children from our Federation Schools, Marston Montgomery and Long Lane. So that we had a memorable experience, the volunteers and staff planned every detail. Safety and safeguarding, which is the main concern of teachers on such a visit, was paramount.

Highlights for the children were: the opportunity to get “hands-on” in the STEM Centre by making a model of an engine, discovering facts about the huge range of engines exhibited and last but not least, being able to sit in a bomber. Some said they would have loved to have been a pilot or navigator at that time, although others felt that they wouldn’t have enjoyed being in such a small space for up to 8 hours at a time!

Thank you to Kathryn Sibley and the rest of the team for making it such a success for both the pupils and the staff.

We recently visited the Heritage Centre in September 2019 with a group of children from our Federation Schools, Marston Montgomery and Long Lane. So that we had a memorable experience, the volunteers and staff planned every detail. Safety and safeguarding, which is the main concern of teachers on such a visit, was paramount.

Highlights for the children were: the opportunity to get “hands-on” in the STEM Centre by making a model of an engine, discovering facts about the huge range of engines exhibited and last but not least, being able to sit in a bomber. Some said they would have loved to have been a pilot or navigator at that time, although others felt that they wouldn’t have enjoyed being in such a small space for up to 8 hours at a time!

Thank you to Kathryn Sibley and the rest of the team for making it such a success for both the pupils and the staff.

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