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Please see below information on all of our exciting summer adventures!

Year 3 – (1 night)

A group called Amphibia will come into school and work with the children. They do lots of team building skills around the grounds of Eagle House and Wellington College - Fire Lighting, Shelter Building, Climbing and Team Tasks (Marble Roll and Tube Crawl). The children stay overnight in the Eagle House boarding rooms.

Year 4 - (2 nights)

Year 4 visit Ufton Court - a Tudor country house residential facility for schools. They will participate in a range of historical, environmental and physical challenges during their stay. On their return, all the Year 4s go on a day trip to France.

Year 5 – (4 nights)

Year 5 visit Manor Adventure in Powys, Wales. During the trip they will learn team building, listening and communication skills and responsibility and independence. Activities will include:  Archery, zip wire, crate stack, canoeing, kayaking, abseiling, paddle boarding, climbing and high ropes.

Year 6 – (4 nights)

Year 6 travel to Château du Molay in Normandy. Activities will include a visit to Mont St Michel, Pegasus Bridge and Caen, Bayeux including French market shopping, high ropes and swimming sessions. The trip is a mixture of French language activities, historical visits and outdoor physical activities.

Year 7 –  (4 nights)

Year 7 go to Pembrokeshire for a five day course run by Adventure Beyond. The emphasis is on team building and leadership skills and will help us as we look for school leaders for the following year. The children will try a variety of activities from abseiling to coasteering, canoeing down the river Teifi to surfing. The children will be based on a working farm and will sleep in a barn conversion.

Year 8 – (8 nights)

Year 8 travel to France with PGL on a two centre adventure. The first part of the week is spent in Mimosa on the Mediterranean Coast where activities include sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. The second part of the trip moves to the Ardeche Gorge where the group will make a descent of the river over three days. This is a popular and exciting trip and a firm favourite of previous Year 8 groups.

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