The World Museum
This year we have been able to book a number of educational visits to World Museum, Liverpool
This year we have been able to book a number of educational visits to World Museum, Liverpool. 7F2 visited on Tuesday 11th October. They were able to explore the museum which is a treasure house of objects from around the globe, including the human and natural world. Pupils had the opportunity to see a number of displays, and take part in a number of workshops.
For example, pupils were able to explore the aquarium, and take part in activities about food chains in the Living
Laboratory. Expert staff were on hand to answer questions, and allow pupils to learn more about marine life. Highlights included - finding a rainbow array of beautiful fish, including venomous Scorpionfish, tiny Cleaner Wrasse and Falseclown fish (that's the same species as Nemo!)
Pupils also visited the Clore Natural History Centre, and were able to get their hands a hippopotamus skull, examine an exotic tropical butterfly or hold a mammoth tooth. They also visited the Planetarium, and undertook a space trail.
Pupil ‘I enjoyed all the talks and activities. It was a brilliant, fun day, and I learnt lots of things that will help me in my science lessons at school.’