Dinosaurs in the Wild – North Greenwich #dinosaursinthewild

My son has been obsessed with dinosaurs since he was tiny.  It always amazed me that a child who struggled to talk and read could say Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops with ease.  He seemed to come with an inbuilt knowledge of these prehistoric beasts and his interest in them seems… Continue reading »

Project 365 2018 Week 17

Project 365 2018 Week 17

Project 365 2018 Week 17 Day 112 – 118 Sunday 22nd April – Day 112 A day to be me rather than Mummy! I’ve been part of the A Year with My Camera photography class for a while now, and our local admin Tamara arranged for our first Instameet at… Continue reading »

Celebrating the release of Ferdinand on DVD with The View from the Shard #Ferdinand

Celebrating the release of Ferdinand on DVD with The View from the Shard

Earlier this week we had an amazing morning celebrating the release of Ferdinand on DVD with The View from the Shard in London.  Ferdinand is released on DVD and Blu-Ray on 16th April and we got to enjoy unBULLievable views across our capital, with a range of Ferdinand themed activities. From… Continue reading »

Underneath the Arches – My Sunday Photo 080418

Underneath the Arches - My Sunday Photo 080418

Underneath the Arches – My Sunday Photo 080418 When we were in London earlier in the week, we made a quick stop at Paddington Station before heading home.  My train mad son is ticking off all the major train stations in London and this is one neither of us had… Continue reading »

Exploring the Tower Bridge Experience

Exploring the Tower Bridge Experience

Back in October we spent the day down in London.  We were reviewing the Tower of London for part of my son’s Tudor project at school. I wasn’t sure if we’d spend all day at the Tower but did know we’d take a walk along the Thames before heading home. … Continue reading »

Exploring the Tower of London

Exploring the Tower of London

I’m a firm believer that History is far from boring and that the best way for children to learn about our past is to see it for themselves.  My son was learning about the Tudor period recently and I decided he should see where Anne Boleyn spent her last days…. Continue reading »