This week we hosted children from Catalonia and Belfast as part of our Erasmus project. The children arrived on Sunday and we picked them up from either Bath or Bristol airport. We took them back to our houses and gave them a tour to make them feel at home.

On Monday we went on a trip to No. 1 Royal Crescent with Sycamore children from Shoscombe and the other visiting children from France and Denmark. We took turns to do different activities such as writing with ink and quills and sealing our letters with wax.

The next day we took a coach to Westonbirt Arboretum. This time we went with the rest of our class. We went on a long walk, which took us over a bridge on a tree-top trail. There were lots of activities to do on the way.

On Wednesday we brought our visiting children to school for the day. We did some activities in class in the morning before walking up to the Longbarrow in the afternoon. (It was very muddy and unfortunately Jack fell over!) When we got there we took it in turns to go inside the Longbarrow. Later in the evening we went to a party to celebrate the end of the Erasmus Project. We did lots of country dancing and there was a huge amount of sweets and food. We were very happy!

On the last day we dropped off the visiting children at the park and ride and were very sad to say goodbye.
Written by Jack C, Rufus M and Owen

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