On Wednesday 5th October 2016, Year 6 went to visit the river Thames to do mudlarking (which is the same as archaeology).
We also learnt many things. For example, we discovered that the tide changes twice a day. Luckily, when we were there, the tide was low.
Once we were able to explore the foreshore, we were thrilled to discover a range of items. We found many things including pottery, industrial waste, shells and a variety of rocks. Using the items that we discovered, our groups created a mini gallery and then presented it to everyone else.
The trip was really fun and useful, because we were reminded about the history and important uses of the river Thames.
Peggy Angus – 6B