Albyn School Logo

Albyn School

Return To Menu

Lower 6 Pupils Learn About The Rainforest

Pupils in Lower 6 at Albyn School yesterday visited The Conoco Natural History Museum in Aberdeen. The visit was designed to reinforce the current school project on “The Rainforest”. It also provided the pupils with a perfect opportunity to interact with a range of animals and plant life that are native to rainforests, such as: stick insects, frogs, parrots and tarantulas.

The pupils learnt about different rainforests from; America, Asia, Africa and Scotland, as well as being able to ask a variety of questions.

School trips provide an important part of the curriculum allowing pupils to reinforce what is taught within the classroom.

Lower 6 Pupils Learn About The Rainforest

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 at 10:02 am

Pupils in Lower 6 at Albyn School yesterday visited The Conoco Natural History Museum in Aberdeen. The visit was designed to reinforce the current school project on “The Rainforest”. It also provided the pupils with a perfect opportunity to interact with a range of animals and plant life that are native to rainforests, such as: stick insects, frogs, parrots and tarantulas.

The pupils learnt about different rainforests from; America, Asia, Africa and Scotland, as well as being able to ask a variety of questions.

School trips provide an important part of the curriculum allowing pupils to reinforce what is taught within the classroom.

The School Prospectus and Magazine provide a fantastic insight into life at Albyn.

Admissions

A school unique in its traditions and heritage

Admissions