Year 6 Science Visit
Year 6 made the short journey to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The aim was to learn more about invertebrates to support the topic on classification that they are studying in Science lessons.
The visit started off with a workshop where the boys learnt about different groups of arthropods and their adaptations. They were able to see some amazing specimens, and even handle some live animals. Many of the boys were keen to have a go at holding giant hissing cockroaches, and there was much bravery needed when a live tarantula was brought out! The visit ended with a look around the specimens on display in the main part of the museum where the boys followed a trail and learnt lots of interesting facts.