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Cadbury World

Yesterday, year 3 had a scrumdiddilyumptious trip to Cadbury World. They discovered the origin of chocolate and how the beans are grown, harvested, dried and finally transported to the U.K to be made into delicious chocolate. They also had the opportunity to sample some of lip-smacking chocolate that Cadbury World creates. Followed by an exciting 4D cinema experience, rounded off with a fabulous time on the outdoor play equipment. Phew! What a busy day !


































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  1. It looks like you all had a fabulous time. Activities related to your topic, fun and chocolate...What's not to love?!

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