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Peterhouse pupils field study visit

PUBLISHED: 17:23 05 February 2009 | UPDATED: 12:57 03 July 2010

Peterhouse Primary School pupils viewed seals

Peterhouse Primary School pupils viewed seals

A GROUP of 30 year 5 and 6 youngsters from Peterhouse Primary School last week visited Aylmerton Field Study Centre in North Norfolk to study coastal erosion, marshes, woodlands and even had time to go out from Blakeney to view the seals.

A GROUP of 30 year 5 and 6 youngsters from Peterhouse Primary School last week visited Aylmerton Field Study Centre in North Norfolk to study coastal erosion, marshes, woodlands and even had time to go out from Blakeney to view the seals. As well as this the children were encouraged to think about the importance of teamwork, in particular cooperation, communication and encouragement. The children and staff, led by Jamie Matthews and Dawn Roper, had an enjoyable and fun time enhanced with plenty of brisk walks, to and from various activities.


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