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Nursery Trip about Transport

The children in Nursery were so excited to go on a coach to Rushmere Sports Centre for their first school trip!

We all kept safe and wore our seat belts. We gave our tickets to the driver and had fun singing ‘Wheels on the Bus’.

Our topic this term has been Transport and this was a lovely way to finish the theme by travelling on a coach, visiting the Playbus called ‘Maggie’ and learning about a fire engine. On the Playbus the children were able to dress-up, go on a slide, play in the sand, home corner, post office and reading den. The Firemen showed us all their equipment on the fire engine including hoses, ladders, smoke cameras and walkie talkies. We enjoyed sitting in the fire engine and loved squirting the hose!  Ms Warden even got dressed up as a fire fighter.

We would like to thank Den Howard for helping and Mr Rhind for organising the fire engine.

It was an amazing afternoon and certainly a special trip to remember. Please come and see our new display by the Lower Prep office of all our fantastic fire engine and Playbus paintings.  

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