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What's your most unusual school trip?

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Children in Cheshire have been taking part in an unusual school trip - visiting a museum and taking part in a Victorian-style funeral!

The funeral is not for real - although it's based on a true story - but pupils got to dress up and play the part of Victorian school children in order to learn about history.

It got us thinking - what unusual trips have you been on?

Your best school trip

Kids film their views on their best school trips

Have you got a favourite trip? Maybe your school's been to a funky art gallery or a cool attraction - or perhaps you've not been on any trips?

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"We had to go to a fish mongers and gut fish! What's the point in that?!"

Morgan, 11, UK

"We went to a museum and dressed up as Ancient Greeks."

Samantha, 11, Wolverhampton, England

"My most weirdest trip has got to be when I went to London Zoo and a flamingo bit me!"

Ailish, 14, London, England

"I've been to a few, I went to a landfill and I have been to Chester I think in a Roman museum."

Sabina, 12, England

"We went to a water cleaning plant with sewers!"

Emma, 11, Surrey, England

"All school trips are terrific."

Bethany, 8, Kent, England

"At my school we have the most unusual school trips. Last year we went to see the cast of CBeebies. I was so embarrassed because my mam and dad were singing and dancing."

Jay, 11, Cardiff, Wales

"My weirdest school trip was in primary 4 and we went to an old-style cinema and we watched a really old film. It was fun but the film was really long."

Sophie, 10, Renfrewshire, Scotland

"When we went to Holland we visited a clog factory. It was so cool!"

Hannah-Jade, 13, Cambridge, England

"I've been at the carnival where we were made us to dress up as clowns and entertain people."

Sarah, 9, Dublin, Ireland

"I'm going on a Spanish trip with my school next week and we are going round a bull fighting ring and museum. I think that's quite unusual."

Lorna, 13, Lincoln, England

"When I was in primary 7 I went on this trip to an old Victorian school. We dressed up like Victorian children. The girls and boys were split up and we all had to line up in height order and then we had to walk with our heads held high. Our teacher was terrifying and the girls all sat at one side of the class and then there was an aisle with the boys at the other side. We had an old fashioned lessons and wrote with feathers called quills. Also one boy got shouted at for being left handed!"

Skye, 11, Glasgow, Scotland

"I went to a clay factory."

Jessica, 11, Scotland

"We had to dress up as Victorian people and we had a Victorian lesson for the day."

Abbie, 12, Essex, England

"I went with my class all the way to Ardroy in Scotland for five days! It was the best experience EVER!"

Rebecca, 11, Fife, Scotland

"We went to the sewage works!!"

Kiki, 11, Swindon, England

"I have not had any really unusual school trips, I just have any normal school trips."

Aoibh, 9, Derry, Ireland

"My weirdest school trip was when I went to a farm and we had to bake bread and wear farmers' clothes."

Carolina, 8, Lisbon, Portugal

"We took a school trip to a sewer once, to study drainage problems."

Johnny, 12, London, England

"Most unusual trip was to Ypres in Belgium. We went to look at the trenches and things from WW2."

Beth, 14, Northampton, England

"I went to Beamish, a Victorian Museum."

Liam, 8, Newcastle, England

"We went to a sewage factory where we saw how water was purified. It smelled gross and I didn't learn that much. I think it was a bit of a pointless trip to be honest!"

Toby, 13, Cheltenham, England

"I went on an AWESOME school trip to France for a week. It was epic."

Heather, 13, England

"I went to Kentwell for a Tudor visit. My friend's mum made us sing a song in front of dressed up people and I got really embarrassed."

Eleanor, 10, Cambridge, England

"My most unusual trip was the paper mill."

Grace, 10, Scotland

"Once our school took us to a military museum. It was really odd as well as really boring."

Kate, 13, Cornwall, England

"When I was at my old school my class went to a Victorian school. The teacher was really mean and kept shouting. But other than that it was cool."

Lili, 11, Madrid, Spain

"I've been to a Victorian school museum in year 6. It was really fun and it was a good insight into what Victorian times were like. We did writing and maths I think!!!"

Louisa, 11, Herefordshire, England

"My most unusual trip was when I went to the theatre to see a play."

Beki, 12, Kent, England

"I have been on a trip were I went around Warwick University and then I had one where I went around Manchester University. "

Rebecca, 12, Manchester, England

"My class went to to a World War II museum and we had to dress up like evacuees. All of the girls had to wear ribbons in their hair which was quite funny."

India, 10, Oxford, England

"We went to Three Valleys Water to learn about water, it wasn't really that exciting to be honest and the lady was strict if you didn't listen at all!"

Rubie, 11, UK

"My most unusual school trip was to Upnor Castle."

Lauren, 9, Kent, England

"We went to an old Tudor house and had to dress up in traditional clothing and either be a peasant or a rich person. I had to be the Duke's daughter, and we had to complete certain missions."

Paige, 13, Wolverhampton, England

"I went to London with my college tutor and friends and we went to see the Lion King. Our tutor had a fright from one of the people that was acting as a bird. Also we went on the London Eye and after we got off we saw lots of street performers and some of my friends danced with one of them."

Carys, 13, Wales

"My most unusual school trip was to a Victorian museum. Not any Victorian museum though, my class dressed up as Victorian children and went to a pretend school. It was quite scary and I ended up crying with fear. I was just scared of the teacher, she kept slapping the whip off the table and shouting at us. I hope I don't get a trip like that ever again!"

Katie, 11, Glasgow, Scotland

"That's really odd because we also have something similar here too! We dress up in Victorian clothes and have lessons like handwriting, copying off the board and things like that. We also have Viking day where we dress up like Vikings."

Ally, 12, Hong Kong, China