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School Visits!

Picture 447I would just like to say a really big thank you to the following schools who visited the Manchester Museum over the past couple of months. All the schools listed below had special sessions with the live animals and I have to say that it has been a real pleasure to teach such great kids. THANK YOU!! 


Cribden House School, Rawtenstall

Moston Lane School, Manchester

Cavendish Road Primary School, Manchester

Peel Hall School, Worsley, Manchester

Victoria Park School, Stretford

Oswold Road School, Chorlton

Aysnley School, Stoke on Trent

St Edwards School, Rochdale

St Francis School,  Co. Laois, Eire

St Cuthbert’s School, Withington

Meanwood Primary School, Rochdale

Knutsford High School, Manchester

Valley School, Bramhall  

Bretherton School, Lancashire

Grange School, Oldham

St Mary’s Primary School, Droylsden

All Saints Primary School, Gorton

I really hope all the schools had a very enjoyable trip, and if you were part of one of these visits, please feel free to comment below as I would love to know how your trip went.

One Response

  1. We had a fabulous time visiting the museum. We enjoyed all the exhibits, especially the dinosaurs and the mummies.

    The best part of our day however was getting up close to the animals. We got to hold snakes, lizards and tropical frogs. It was brilliant and we found out some facinating facts (imagine a lizard that has two heads).

    We feel we were very lucky to get this oppertunity and we would recommend a visit to the museum to anyone who wanted a fantastic day out.

    So thank you very much for letting us come and we hope we can arrange a visit again in the future.

    From the children in Mosrton Lane’s Golden Group.

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