On Monday 3rd October,  Year 4 chocoholics descended upon Cadbury World for the day to learn about the amazing world of chocolate.  Upon arrival the pupils undertook a tour of the exhibition looking at the History of Cadbury World and also the journey of a Cocoa Bean from the plantation all the way to the shelves.  They got to sample some chocolate (of course) and learnt about the process of making different chocolate bars. They took a trip down memory lane with advertisements from over the years as well – which made some of the staff feel old!

Following on from this they got to enjoy the new 4D cinema experience which was a rollercoaster of an experience to say the least. They ended the day with an interactive educational talk where they learnt even more about the processes and issues surrounding the making of chocolate. They also learnt key facts such as “10 bars are made every second… A mile of chocolate bars is made every 45 minutes… And 1.5 million Crème Eggs are made every day”!!

Upon returning to school, pupils received 3 chocolate bars to sample. A fantastic day was had by all with impeccable behaviour from the pupils.

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