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In At The Deep End




Recently, the children in year 6 visited The Deep in Hull to develop their understanding of ocean habitats and learn more about coral reefs in Australia. In a workshop, the Deep staff told all the children about how fish behave in different oceans of the world.  They also learnt how coral reef is different dependent on its location.  Finally, the children created their own food chains using what they knew about ocean life. Georgie said, “We learnt that sea plants, such as plankton, produce its own food and this starts the food chain.”  Toby added, “We found out that the European reef is stronger than tropical reef in other parts of the world. I was also amazed by the size of the sawfish in the aquarium.”


Congratulations to the following children for winning an achievement award at Tuesday’s assembly.


Year 1: Eva Harratt

Year 2: Henley-James Ellis

Year 3: Fraizer Warren

Year 4: Oliver Jackson

Year 5: Nina Bainbridge

Year 6: Shelby Womack

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