Enthusiastic primary school pupils from Warrington visited one of the largest distribution hubs in the UK to learn all about the journey of a parcel. Year Five students from St Monica’s Catholic Primary School took part in an informative visit to Hermes’ 15,000 square foot warehouse at the Omega Business Park.
The event was organised to show pupils how a parcel is processed for home delivery following an online shopping order, whilst also educating the children on best health and safety practices within a busy distribution centre and around the vehicles that operate on site. Excited pupils, who all recently passed their cycling proficiency test, were each given a package of their own to put on the conveyor, which was then waiting for them in the classroom upon their return.
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