Every child has brilliance inside them. Our job is to dig it out and give it to the world!
On Monday 22nd November Class 4 enjoyed a trip to Rayleigh Museum which was linked to our history topic. We all learnt so much about how Rayleigh has changed over the years! Facts included: the high street being much wider and used for horse and carts, the windmill being used to grind wheat and keep cattle to Edward Francis living in the high street (now Lloyds bank building) and paying for trees to be grown in the high street, which are still there today.
Take a look at these fantastic photos of Class 4 exploring the museum.