Mossman Primary kids hit Cooktown
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