YOUNGSTERS from The Queen’s Lower School enjoyed a taste of Spain.
The girls from Class 6 travelled to Seville to trace the life of one of its most famous residents, Cristobel Colon – more commonly known as Christopher Columbus.
The 10- and 11-year olds also visited the city’s flamenco museum where they took part in an energetic workshop before watching professional dancers put on a stunning spectacle of the Andalusian dance.
Class 3 teacher Sue Lindop, said: “The girls were keen to improve their Spanish-speaking skills.
They confidently ordered a meal in Spanish as well as ice creams and drinks.”