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Year 1 Duck Tour Takes to the Water (and Land!)

Students get to experience the Duck, a remodelled WWII amphibious warcraft that travels on land and in water as part of 'From A to B' IPC Project

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Last week, Year 1 went on a very exciting Duck Tour around Marina Bay as part of their current IPC Project, 'From A to B'.

In their Project lessons, the children have been learning all about different types of transport, old and new, and were fascinated by the Duck, a remodelled WWII amphibious warcraft that travels on land and in water!

The children put the geography skills they had learnt in school into practice by following a map of the route the Duck took, looking out for key Singapore landmarks on the way.

Back in school, they are now looking forward to planning, designing and making their own vehicle to travel from A to B.

Rachel Evetts
Year 1 Group Leader