On Wednesday 29th June, Year 6 went on a class walk around Clavering. On the walk we took cameras to take pictures for work we are doing in Geography about our local area.
We took our first turn up towards the shop and took a turn through a small overgrown pathway, the trees were grabbing you like hands and you never knew if you were going to get caught. Throughout the walk we were surrounded by fields of barley and corn that people occasionally fell in (by accident of course), and also jungles of nettles.
When we were rounding the end of the walk we had the annual class photo. Apparently we did the walk in the fastest record time out of all the previous classes. Overall we enjoyed the walk and we will remember it as one of the really memorable things in Year 6.
By William Downham