Westminster Cathedral's Visit to London Transport Museum

On Friday 22 September 2017 13 children were selected to go to the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. The remaining 16 children stayed at school to do film training and other things.

The first thing we did was put our bags in a box and met a lady named Marie, she showed us up to the staff only library VIP access. The first thing we did in the library was watch a film on London’s cabs, it was also about a cab being restored to its former glory and a bunch of children going to the seaside for the day and going in 60 cabs, every year they still do this with a bunch of children. We then did a minor quiz of 5 question and we needed to use primary and secondary sources to get the answers. When we had finished that we had lunch.

Once we had all finished our lunch we proceed to the seating that looked like stairs and were split into groups of 4-5 people and did something called the stamper trail my group went round the machines that gave us stamps we needed to find 13 stamps all around the museum. Once every one was back seated we had a look around the museum with Marie at three really cool cabs.
We then went back to the library and wrote all about the facts we had learnt. We then got our bags and left to get back to school.

Over all the day was great and I had a fab time.


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