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Residential Trips

Weston Green School Normandy

Our Year 5 and Year 6 pupils enjoy residential trips, during the Summer term. Year 5 travel to Osmington Bay in Dorset, for an action-packed week of activities with PGL.

In May 2014, the pupils of Weston Green's inaugural Year 6 class spent a week in Normandy, France.

Read some of Year 6's favourite memories from the trip:

The Normandy beaches. It was hard to imagine that nearly 70 years ago, there was an intense battle where I was standing. I also found eating snails was very interesting because everyone had different views on them. (Most people liked them, including me!)
Sophie

The visit to the goat’s cheese farm, because we learnt about AMAZING things, such as milking a goat and if the goat was pregnant or not. We also got to handle the kids! I (Sienna) even got to ride on a MASSIVE goat! Afterwards we went back to the shelter to eat some mouth watering goats’ cheese! Even though the farmer only spoke French, we picked up the odd facts such as: there are only 15 non- industrial goats’ cheese farms in France; the average French person eats 2kg of goats’ cheese per year and there is an average of 200 days of rain at the farm per annum.
Sienna and Alex

Read more about Year 6's trip to Normandy.

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