KING’S Ely Junior students were in their element at Wandlebury Country Park in Cambridge on June 5th.

The fun-filled Science trip saw Year 6 pupils descending on the beautiful open space, located in the Gog Magog Hills just south of the city, to study the different habitats there and investigate the wide variety of organisms that call the country park home.

KS2 Science Co-ordinator at King’s Ely Junior, Dr Ailbhe Duane, who led the trip, said: “The habitats at Wandlebury are based primarily on chalk down land and beech woods. The aim of the field trip was to study the different habitats present and investigate some of the living organisms we found there.

“We also tried out some sampling techniques such as pond dipping and sweep nets. We all had great fun and thoroughly enjoyed our day out.”

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