On Tuesday, to support us with our geography topic on global trade, we got the tube and DLR to the Cutty Sark and National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. We were taken around the Cutty Sark and found out fantastic facts about its history including the fact that it is one of the most famous ships in the world and could transport 10,000 crates of tea.
The National Maritime Museum was jam packed with more fascinating information including a section on ‘Polar explorers’ and travel during the Tudor times. We also enjoyed seeing a collection of figureheads.
Across the remainder of the week, we celebrate Mass for the feast of St Peter and Paul, wrote up recounts of our trip and created posters about sustainability and being stewards of God’s creation.