The bears have been busy again this week.
Oliver has been out with the safety team keeping an eye on the line. He counted how many bridges there were between Alresford and Alton, can you guess how many there are?
Hello Children at Home
Every week we send out a new work sheet for you to enjoy so that you can still learn about the railway even though you will not be able to visit the Watercress Line.
Every Tuesday we will have a different topic for you and extra fact files for you to download if you would like to find out more.
Sheet 7 is ready for you now, just click on the box below for lots of information
and resources on bridges.
This week we have two work sheets all about bridges, one for KS2 and one for younger engineers. If you would like to learn about the forces which act on bridges and to challenge yourself to build your own bridge try the harder sheet.
Click here for our activity sheet for Year 3 and upwards on Bridges and Forces.
Click here for our activity sheet for Bridges for
Click here for a map of the line to count the bridges or follow your video trip along the line.
Click here for the answers to this week’s puzzles
and to find out how many bridges there are on the watercress Line.