As part of our "Where in the world shall we go?" topic, Reception class have been exploring different modes of transport. As many of the children had not experienced travelling by train before, we decided to embark upon an end of year adventure and catch the train from Leeds Station to Harrogate, where we walked up to Valley Gardens for a picnic, ice-lollies and lots of fun! When we arrived at Leeds Station, we explored the outside area of the station, observing all of the different types of buildings, monuments, roads and modes of transport that passed us. We then went to the notice boards to find which train and platform to get on. We all excitedly boarded the train to Harrogate and thoroughly enjoyed the experience of train travel and thought about why lots of people choose to travel by train. The children were impeccably behaved throughout and were a real credit to the school. Take a look at some of our photos.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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