Moss­man Pri­mary kids hit Cook­town

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

YEAR 5 and 6 stu­dents at Moss­man Pri­mary School re­cently went on a road­trip for school camp, vis­it­ing Laura, Black Moun­tain and Cook­town on a trip that stu­dents and teach­ers say was fun and ed­u­ca­tional.

Kalyah Ryan, 12, said that learn­ing about the paint­ings at Split Rock was great fun. “They were re­ally in­ter­est­ing,”

Hamish Fun­nel, 11, said his favourite part of the trip was vis­it­ing the Cook­town Mu­seum. “It had the real an­chor from the En­deav­our.”

Kian Byrne, 10, said it was his favourite as well. “What I found re­ally in­ter­est­ing was the an­chor of the En­deav­our.”

Caitlin O’Neil, 11, said her favourite part of the trip was “go­ing to Split Rock at Laura. It was in­ter­est­ing look­ing at the rock art and learn­ing about it.”

Be­sides Split Rock and the Cook­town Mu­seum, the stu­dents vis­ited Black Moun­tain and spent plenty of time in Cook­town where they went on a river cruise, went on walks, vis­ited the ceme­tery and en­joyed wa­ter­front BBQ lunches on the Es­planade.

Year 5 and 6 stu­dents from Moss­man Pri­mary School trav­elled to Laura and Cook­town on camp re­cently

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