On Monday 15th March a group of parents from Byron Wood Primary School had an opportunity to cross the countryside around Sheffield.
We visited the Moorland Discovery Centre in the Peak District. The High Peak estate is moorland between Sheffield and Manchester. We discovered how beautiful our countryside is. Most parents had never been there. We learned a lot of historical information and we felt fresh.
All the parents enjoyed themselves and we walked round for a few miles and saw dramatic views. It’s a wonderful place. We are so pleased that the National Trust protect the High Peak estate and the environment and they keep our countryside peaceful and colourful. We want to send thanks to Zohra Chowdry. She is the Community Champion and organised our trip and made it easy for us to visit that place.
Also we are saying a big thanks to Rachel. Rachel is a Learning Officer in the Moorland Discovery Centre. She is a very helpful and friendly person and she helped us to see everywhere in that area. Thank you both, we hope to visit again. It is a wonderful place and an unforgettable experience