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follow up work to residential trip

Discussion in 'Primary' started by littlemy111, May 5, 2011.

  1. littlemy111

    littlemy111 New commenter

    I'm just wondering if anyone has any interesting ideas for follow up work to a school trip. I'd like to steer away from the usual thank you letter or recount. I've seen a postcard poem on here which I quite liked but wondered if anyone could suggest anything else. My class are year 5.
    Thanks
     
  2. littlemy111

    littlemy111 New commenter

    I'm just wondering if anyone has any interesting ideas for follow up work to a school trip. I'd like to steer away from the usual thank you letter or recount. I've seen a postcard poem on here which I quite liked but wondered if anyone could suggest anything else. My class are year 5.
    Thanks
     
  3. nick909

    nick909 Star commenter

    Where are you going and what will you be doing?
     
  4. littlemy111

    littlemy111 New commenter

    We have been already. Unfortunately we didn't leave the centre whilst there, but the majority of the time was spent doing art work, taking photographs and some DT. The centre is an old school in a pretty little village.
    I would have preferred to have been able to go off site but the planning was down to our deputy head.
     

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