Year 3 had a fantastic learning experience on our recent trip to Worcester Cathedral! We have been learning what it is a like to be a Christian in Britain today so we decided to take our learning outside the classroom to explore the questions we had been asking our teachers. During our trip, we had a tour of the Cathedral and learnt all about the different signs and symbols of Christianity and why they are important today. We were given the opportunity to interview Reverend Sally who was able to answer all of our questions about the Christian faith. Our afternoon kept us busy when we used clay to replicate the different gargoyles that we spotted around the building. We ended our day with a peaceful reflection where we were able to create our own prayer stones. The staff at Worcester Cathedral commented on our outstanding behaviour during the day and they were really impressed with our enthusiasm for our learning in religious education.