On Wednesday, Cranesbill class spent the day at Kent’s Cavern in Torquay. The children enjoyed a variety of activities in the morning, including completing the ‘Palaeo trail’ in the forest, and having the opportunity to handle some Stone Age artefacts. The children then spent the afternoon in the caves where they learnt a huge amount of new information about what had been found in the cave and how the cave was formed. Although some of us found the environment underground quite daunting, the children found that they were much braver than the Romans and travelled through the entire cave! Well done Cranesbill!