A fantastic time with the residents of Severn Walk
The whole school enjoyed a fabulous Christmas lunch served by team Andrea with an ambience to match.
It was fantastic for the children to gain an insight into an author’s world and see how exciting simple ideas can evolve into a story in a few easy steps. All of the children were involved and at some point mesmerised. Could we have a budding author in our midst?
After packing our bags, we all went down to the beach to have one last look at the sea. Having collected enough driftwood, we made a fire, shared memories and toasted marshmallows. Our final activity was taking part in pebble crafts creating stone sculptures.
For our final evening activity of the week we completed the Arthog nightline course, in complete darkness with pillowcases over the children’s heads, they had to hold onto a rope leading them through different obstacles, all the way to the finishing line. A difficult challenge but so much fun.
Unfortunately, our group leader and instructor Jasper was feeling under the weather today, so Stuart stepped in to lead the group for the day. We went into Barmouth to complete a town study finding out some interesting facts and history about the town. After enjoying lunch on the beach, we set off for the afternoon’s – rock climbing. Following a steep climb by foot, we reached the rock faces, all of the group conquered their fears of heights managing to reach the top. The views were breathtaking.