Today at the market in Rue, money was definitely spent! The groups separated and we all went to different stalls. There were sweet stalls, watch stalls, clothes stalls and all other stalls you can think of! It was very sunny like always. There was a cathedral and we went in it, it was big. Mr Hough’s group and Mrs Richardson group did a prayer for Mrs Crouch. Then we went to meet the other groups and we showed each other what we got then we waited on the wall were we got off the coach. Then the coach finally came it seemed forever we all got on and then we went to a sort of service and had FOOD. Now were on our way to the caves.
We have been to the market today . We all had a grate time p.s shelin Kane I have bought lots and lots of loom bands!!!!lol we had a great time and had lot’s of fun and we are on are way to the cave . From Tjay Kane y6 .
We are on our way to the caves now.It has been great weather all day!!We went to the market today,it was really fun because we all got what we wanted and enjoyed looking around.After the market we got back on the coach and stopped for lunch.Ham or cheese sandwiches and crisps and a chocolate bar with a munch needed bottle of water!!!!
From Charlotte Davin Year6.
We’re now on our back from the caves, it was amazing ( scary.) All of us were separated into different groups and began to explored the caves. Before we actually entered the caves each of us had to wear a type of phone Round there necks. The moment you pressed in the number (which was nailed to the wall), it would tell you all about the room you were in, at that moment in time. The phone told you about the history of the caves, and how it was actually an underground town in the war. There was lots of different rooms, all of which consisted of buildings in an actual villages. When enemy German soldiers came, the children led them to a trap which made them bang their heads, and they were then greeted by villagers. Then we went to a museum, where we saw the workers of the villages.
By Sam and Niamh