On Wednesday 19th June, a group of students from Year 9 travelled to the Natural History Museum in London. Although, most of us have already been to the museum we were excited to see the
countless new exhibits. The museum was filled with lots of interesting and mind-blowing facts together with visual representations of data from the beginning of the planet to the present time.
Exploring the museum helped us to independently learn a variety of extra facts and glean information on topics we have already covered and to gain a deeper and more thorough understanding.
Using a question booklet that we were given, we explored the museum looking for the answers and learning even more about the environment, how it has changed and within this change, how it has altered the face of our planet forever. Altogether, this was a very intriguing visit that has thoroughly inspired and fascinated us.
Written by Pranjal (Year 9)