In an exciting adventure, the Year 6 students from Chapelford Village Primary embarked on a memorable trip to Liverpool, immersing themselves in a day filled with fun, learning, and cultural exploration. The first stop of their trip was a visit to the New Eureka, where they eagerly watched the engaging "Chew to Poo" show, delving deep into the intricacies of the digestive system! They consolidated their learning about the journey of food through the human body, from the first bite to the "final result", enhancing their understanding of biology in a playful and interactive way. Laughter and curiosity filled the air as the students joined in with the show!

Year 6 also embarked on the iconic Mersey Ferry, a historic vessel that has been an integral part of the city's heritage. As they set sail on the waters of the River Mersey, the students were treated to breathtaking panoramic views of Liverpool's skyline. The children listened tales from the onboard guides, learning about the city's maritime history and the significance of the Mersey River in shaping Liverpool's identity. 

Year 6 continued their trip at the Liverpool World Museum, where they discovered the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our global society. With awe-inspiring exhibits and artifacts from around the world, the children were transported to different corners of the globe. Their curious minds absorbed knowledge about diverse traditions, languages, and customs, fostering a sense of appreciation for the interconnectedness of humanity. As they explored the museum's treasures, the students gained a broader perspective, igniting their curiosity about the world and its myriad of cultures.