Primary School

Year 2 Take a Learning Voyage

Children in year 2 went on a learning voyage recently when they visited Hartlepool’s Maritime Experience. The class have been learning about hero’s and villains at sea as part of their class topic. Children became real pirates when they stepped on board HMS Trincomalee which gave then an insight into what being at sea was really like. They took part in hands-on activities including role play and knot tying. The children weren’t very keen on having to scrub the decks though, especially when they only had maggots for tea!

As you can see the children had a fantastic day discovering a pirate life. They finished their journey with hands on fun in the Maritime Adventure Centre and play ship!

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