On Tuesday 6 June we went to Oxwich beach to find out about all the habitats to be found there.
We all had great fun on our journey. After we arrived the lady took us around. We went to the different habitats around Oxwich. After that we went to the rock pool we found all sorts of things like seaweed, crabs, jellyfish, dead fish, sand potatoes and loads of shells.
Some of the habitats were; rockpools, strandline, dunes, meadow and woodland. The lady who explained everything to us was very interesting and she seemed to know everything.
The nets we used to find insect in the meadow were amazing. We caught the insects and put them in the magnifying box. It made them look massive.
Oxwich was very intereting, we learnt a lot and had a good time.
Year 6 class in Clydach Primary School. There are 18 girls and 13 boys.