Trip to the beach and Tunnels for St Laurence Junior children

St Laurence children enjoyed a day out

Year 3 children of St. Laurence Junior School experienced an adventure on Ramsgate Main Sands, brimming with fun-filled activities and valuable life lessons.

The day’s events included exploration of the historical significance of the Ramsgate Tunnels and indulging in an ice cream.

Excitement filled the air as the children formed groups, eagerly engaging in various games and activities alongside their classmates and friends.

Year 3 teacher Mrs Marazzi said: “We had good times and made lovely memories.”

The trip also provided the children with an opportunity to explore the historical significance of the Ramsgate Tunnels. Led by knowledgeable guides, the Year 3 students delved into the rich history surrounding the intriguing underground passageways. They learned about their use during World War II and the vital role they played in protecting the local community.

The children’s curiosity was piqued as they listened intently to the stories and marvelled at the tunnels. This hands-on experience allowed them to gain a deeper understanding of history and appreciate the sacrifices made by previous generations.

To cap off the exciting day, the Year 3 children indulged in a well-deserved treat – ice cream! The excursion to Ramsgate Main Sands provided the youngsters with a perfect blend of entertainment, education, and bonding opportunities.


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