LifestyleNews September, 19th 2014 by

Amazonian Adventure

BSM´s Year 3 pupils taking a walk on the wild side.

BSM´s Year 3 pupils taking a walk on the wild side.


Amazonian Adventure

It’s not every day that a real life adventurer talks to your class at school!

But that’s what happened when the National Geographic Adventurer of 2014—Dave Freeman—talked to Year 3 pupils at the British School of Marbella via Skype for almost an hour.

The youngsters heard all about his canoe trip down the River Amazon, saw a piranha that he’d caught, found out that the largest anaconda on record is longer than 7 children laying end to end and even watched him shoot a poison dart!
The talk was part of Wow Day, which is designed to spark children’s interest in an upcoming topic.

After the online chat, Year 3 went on a real life adventure to Paco Cantos, where they had to find and identify animals which were hidden among the trees.

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