Kilgraston Junior School trip
It was another exciting milestone for Kilgraston Junior School when our Reception and Lower First class headed out on a school trip post the COVID pandemic.
Heading out in the sunshine the class went to idyllic Tentsmuir Beach in Fife, a minibus ride from our school.
It was an opportunity for the class to put into practice some of the skills they have been learning in class with their current topic of bridges. The huge sandy shores of Tentsmuir proved the perfect landscape for the class to trial their bridge-making skills with the class designing and building their own.
After two hours, the pupils unveiled their individual masterpieces, impressing class teacher Mrs Stewart and classroom assistant Mrs Armstrong.
So to celebrate all their hard work, the class headed to a play park for lunch (with delicious chocolate crepes) before getting back on the minibus. Concluding their day of bridges, they opted to return via the Tay Bridge, noticing the remnants of the old rail bridge and counted all the bridges on the way home – an impressive 33. The class then stopped in Perth to admire the three bridges over the Tay.
Sounds like a wonderful day out.Back to News