On Wednesday 16th March, Year 4 went on an excursion to Curtis Falls. The purpose of the visit was to enable students to investigate and identify changes to the Earth’s surface that have resulted from human activities and natural processes, such as erosion and weathering. The bush walk gave students a real hands on experience, as they climbed over fallen trees, squelched their shoes in the mud, crawled over rocks and put their hands in the water (some of them feet too). Once back at school, and after a well-deserved rest, the students discussed what they saw, heard and smelt. It was a fantastic excursion. Thank you so much to all the wonderful parents who joined us.