On 22nd march 2018, our Year 2 class Seahorse set off to the world renowned Horniman Museum in Dulwich to find out about Woodland Animals and their natural habitats as part of their project covering this subject.
The children were greeted by a guide who first spoke to our children about the many wonderful exhibits available in the Horniman Museum. They then had the opportunity to touch some of the animal sculptures within the exhibits to get a real life feel of some of these animals, find out about where they live, what they eat, where they hunt if they are carnivores, whether they are nocturnal and so on.
As you can see in the gallery below, the children had an amazing day of learning and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Horniman Museum staff for making our visit such a memorable one!