It’s another Thursday, which can only mean one thing…
Our competition so far has been very close. I’ve shown you videos from the East of Scotland, the South of Wales, the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland and the Yorkshire coast in England. This week’s video is very close to London.
We’re off to the Sussex Coast today which is where you will find Brighton and Eastbourne. You can get to Brighton on the train in only an hour from London. This video is extremely different to the other videos. How is life different in Brighton or Eastbourne compared to the other videos?
Want to learn more about Brighton? Click on the blue link below to safely download a PowerPoint about the city.
After all of your Sports Day efforts this week, I think you deserve a colouring lesson! Choose from any of the colouring sheets below. Remember to click on the down arrow in the bottom left corner to see different pages.
An important part of the video was Brighton Pier. A pier is a long, straight and narrow structure that goes out into the sea. People walk on the top of it to enjoy great views, fresh air and to have fun. Piers like the one in Brighton are filled with places to eat, games to play and even rollercoasters!
I want you to write in the comments a few sentences explaining what you would do at Brighton Pier.
“If I went to Brighton Pier, I would…” “I would also…” “The last thing I would do is…”
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