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Caister Junior Africa Alive

PUBLISHED: 17:06 11 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:09 03 July 2010

Caister Junior's Africa Alive day

Caister Junior's Africa Alive day

YEAR 3 at Caister Junior School recently enjoyed a discovery day at Africa Alive Wildlife Park in Kessingland as part of their studies on Africa. Pupils were treated to do a “noisy animals” discovery session with an Africa Alive Keeper.

YEAR 3 at Caister Junior School recently enjoyed a discovery day at Africa Alive Wildlife Park in Kessingland as part of their studies on Africa. Pupils were treated to do a “noisy animals” discovery session with an Africa Alive Keeper. The chance to hold a giant hissing cockroach called Charlie and a snake called Jemima that had been abandoned in a suitcase at Heathrow Airport was a highlight for many. The day was spent learning about all the African animals, walking through the lemur enclosure, playing with the goats and enjoying the sunshine. Julie Freeman, Year 3 Leader said: “The pupils and staff had a fantastic day, learned lots of interesting animal facts, and were a real credit to their parents and school.”


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