Tewkesbury students visit Natural History Museum.

It was an early start for Tewkesbury Academy’s Year 9 students when they embarked on an enriching educational journey to the heart of London.

The group were making the long journey to explore the wonders of science at the renowned Natural History Museum.

The museum is a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. Curators use their unique collections and unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. The museum cares for more than 80 million objects spanning billions of years, and welcomes more than five million visitors annually.

Students were particularly keen to visit the volcanic exhibits, as this linked with their current topic of study. The experience provided a firsthand glimpse into the amazing wonders of the natural world.

Head of subject, Mrs Woodman, said: “We’ve had a brilliant day with Year 9. The students have been exceptional and were complimented on their exemplary conduct. It’s been a pleasure spending the day with all of them.”

A big thank you to Mrs Woodman, Mr Pilkington, Mrs Hood and Mrs Wager for supporting this activity.


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