On the 15th September, Years R to 6 embarked on an exciting trip to Walton-on-the-Naze.  It was a day filled with laughter, songs, and sandy adventures.
Upon reaching Walton-on-the-Naze, we were greeted by the refreshing sea breeze. The first order of business was lunch, and we found the perfect spot – a grassy field overlooking the sea.
Eager to feel the sand between our toes, we made our way down to the beach. Nestled between two sea groynes, we discovered a quiet stretch of shoreline. The sea groynes acted like protective arms, creating a safe space for us to play.
We unleashed our creativity, building magnificent sandcastles and some of us couldn’t resist the temptation to bury our friends in the sand! Paddling in the waves brought refreshing joy, and the sea breeze carried our laughter across the beach.