On Wednesday last week (27th Feb), Year five went to Cadburys World in Birmingham. We had SO MUCH FUN! Our day started off with a “short” coach ride heading north to Birmingham. After a long trip we eventually arrived at Cadburys World, it was Huge! We got off the coach and advanced into Cadbury’s World. First of all was the exhibit, where we went back in time to an Aztec Rainforest (where cacoa originated.) After the rainforest, we went forwads to Victorian Britan, where we learnt through a series of mini theaters and videos how Cadburys was founded and how Chocolate was made. Then we had a sneek peek at the packaging plant, it was very interesting to see the enormous machinery. We saw all the places where your Dairy milk is packaged, but sadly most of the machienery was not operational, due to it requireing cleaning after a nut bar had been processed. Afterwards we went on the Cadabra! ride , where we went round a little track ride in small cars, there was a very, very freaky parrot who took your photograph. We had lunch outside, a small (but interesting talk) titled “Bean to Bar” when finally we went into Essence. This was what everyone had been looking forward to. We watched a hilairious projected message, then watched another that showed how Cadbury Dairy milk was created. After the videos, we endeed up in a small, clean white room with a big silver pipe hanging over a silver counter. It dispened melted chocolate. We all enjoyed a pot of melted chocolate with a topping of our choice! Finally we went to the shop and finished up with a coach ride back to school, where we were given our free sampels of chocolate!
We really enjoyed our trip to Cadbury’s World, will we ever have a trip like that again?
Dressing up as Cadbury Worker – including a beard guard!
A blog can be very exciting, it allows people from all over the world to read our work and make comments. We need to remember to follow a few simple rules to stay safe and to get the most out of our blog.
- Children are to only use their first name when commenting.
- Parents who leave comments are asked to use their first name only so as not to identify their child.
Hello Year 5! This week we’re going to start looking at the blog on a regular basis and start blogging. We’ve done so much already that we can talk about.