On Wednesday, 9th November, Year 6 took part in the Canterbury Cathedral day along with other diocese schools. After being welcomed in the Nave, the class were split into groups to take part in a range of inspirational, spiritual activities, which combined the history of the Cathedral, as well as interactive hands on experiences. They now know how the Cathedral organ works, what an impact Thomas Beckett had on the story of Christianity as told by the stained glass windows and created medieval charters using quills and ink. We all then explored the crypt following prayer stations in an intimate time of reflection. This culminated in worship that was led by the children. The children were wowed at the grandeur as they walked into the Cathedral and it is a day they will remember for a long time.