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Caister juniors Asian animal experience

PUBLISHED: 19:09 23 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:24 03 July 2010

YEAR 4 pupils from Caister Junior School went to Thrigby Wildlife Gardens to learn about Asian animals as part of their topic on India. After a talk from director Ken Sims, the children got to see a range of Asian animals, including: tigers, leopards and crocodiles.

YEAR 4 pupils from Caister Junior School went to Thrigby Wildlife Gardens to learn about Asian animals as part of their topic on India. After a talk from director Ken Sims, the children got to see a range of Asian animals, including: tigers, leopards and crocodiles. Year 4 leader Mr Stratton said: “The children really enjoyed the day, especially the Tiger Tree Walk! The whole experience has given them great enthusiasm to take into their topic work.”


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