On Thursday 17th of October Primary enjoyed a wonderful trip to St Pauls Cathedral. We participated in a workshop named "All Shapes and Sizes." This encouraged us to admire the architecture of the building. The trip really reinforced their knowledge of geometric shapes and enabled the children to understand how these two and three dimensional shapes can be used for mathematical and scientific importance.
I am confident that each child has taken with them a lot of inspiration for our project on the history of London from the development of architecture to the great fire of London. What made the workshop truly interesting was hearing how the cathedral was built from the perspective of the man who designed it himself, Christopher Wren. He really engaged us throughout the session!
Well done Primary for being so attentive and respectful during our time at the cathedral.