Posted on: 21st June 2017
Class 4 Visit to the Butterfly Farm
On the 13th June, 2017 Class 4 went to Stratford-Upon-Avon to see the Butterfly’s and then we went to see Shakespeare’s burial. When we went to the Butterfly Farm we learnt all about butterflies. There are lots of butterflies in the farm. After a while we had our lunch. Our guide Harriet leaded us into the rooms where the insects are. We held a millipede; it felt a bit tickly in my hand. The millipede has more than 200 legs. Harriet had a good friend iguana called Stumpy.
After the butterfly farm, we walked to William Shakespeare’s burial where he was buried. Shakespeare has been there for 400 years, he was born in 1564 and he died at 1616 and that’s when Shakespeare was 52 years old. He died on his birthday and that was the wrong day to die because on your birthday is a very special day.
After that we spent 5 minutes on the park. I had a go on the zip line then I spent some time with Sean on the spinner then we got too dizzy. We had to go so we walked back to the minibus strapped in then went back to school.
Written by Jayden Winters