During the week beginning Monday 7th October 2019, the Year 6 pupils went on a four-night residential visit to the Arthog Centre.
Over the course of five action-packed days, the children took part in a range of outdoor activities and challenges, some of them facing and overcoming their fears. We take this trip during the Autumn term to enable the children to bond as a year group as they embark on their final year of primary school and they certainly did that, displaying fantastic school community spirit and support for one another. The children also did us proud with their respectful attitudes, manners and behaviour which staff at the centre commented on and praised them for.
To find out more and to see more photographs of the children in action, visit Mr Nodder’s blog on the Year 6 class pages.
Thank you to the Arthog staff and toMr Nodder, Mrs Hetherington, Mrs Brooks, Miss Morris, Mrs Cooke and Miss Robson for accompanying the children and giving such a fantastic time.