Published: 00:01, 21 June 2014 |
Pupils at Darenth Community Primary School met the animals supplied by the Mobile Farm Experience.
Head teacher Jo Cerullo said: “The whole idea was about getting engagement with the children by doing something different. We’ve been concentrating on writing in school and this was part of developing their writing skills.
“The children learnt about the importance of farm animals, where they come from, looking after them and how they are part of the food chain.”
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