Year 5's visit to Ufton Court
On 6 and 7 June the Year 5 pupils enjoyed a fantastic visit to Ufton Court.
The children experienced many elements of culture and life from the Tudor period, including the appreciation of the effects of religious tensions of the time. They took part in many exciting activities, such as exploring the Manor House and grounds, enjoying an Elizabethan banquet and learning about the games from Tudor times.
The Year 5 pupils were delighted with their visit, with just a small sample of their positive comments following:
Emma wrote, "The reason why Ufton Court was amazing is because we got to be constables, finding out about the priest holes in the Manor House."
Liam also loved the trip. "Ufton Court was awesome. We got to learn about the history of the manor. The best parts were the banquet and going into the cellar."
Alex commented, "Ufton Court was a great experience and everyone developed skills such as teamwork, listening and courage."
Ritesh concluded, "I think we all had a great time and learnt a lot. I hope we have something like this again."