On Thursday 5th July we were visited by 45 Children in two groups from a Leeds area Primary School. The day was humid but suprisingly good. The groups had a limited time in Filey but we were able to show them fossils, seashore shells, a live starfish and our resident shore crab who is thriving on a diet of cat food in our aquarium. The children were some of our best behaved and their enthusiasm for the subject was only matched by their politeness.
A new development for the project was the involvement of our local RNLI lifeguards who gave the youngsters a ten minute talk about their work on the beach nearby. The seafront pitch for our Tipi tented classroom is less than 100 metres from the lifeguard station and we would like to thank them for delivering a great talk at less than 24 hours notice.
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