30 metre wide barnacles?
YEAR 6 EXPERIENCED BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND LEARNT MANY INTERESTING FACTS DURING THEIR TRIP TO WALES
When I went to Wales, I thought that the trip would be fun. I was wrong. It was amazing! Everyone learnt new things, things that you would never learn in a classroom. We learnt how to stay safe, how to recognise which types of food are edible and which ones aren't. We learnt interesting things about sea life. For example, barnacles are known famously for one thing, if they were grown to the size of an adult, their lower part of the body would be 30 metres wide. Anyway, the Wales trip was all about survival. If you didn't like holding bugs, well, you had to put up with stroking them. If you didn't like heights, you would still be stuck on a rock in coast steering. It helped conquer most of my fears and I will never forget it. Isaac 6J