Gemstone’s trip to the Horniman Museum

First we put our high vis jackets on. Next we went on the coach. It took 40 minutes. Then we were at the Horniman Museum. We went to the music room and then we went to see the fishes in the aquarium. Our favourite fish was the rainbow fish. We then washed our hands and had lunch- our favourite part! Then we went to the music garden. Then we went on the animal walk. We saw huge bunnies, sheep, a goat and llamas. Then we saw some shells. We saw a merman and then we saw a walrus. Finally we went back on the bus to school! By Olivia and Naomi


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