Lower Park School Trip - Kingswood 2010 Archive
Year six pupils have recently enjoyed a challenging, but enjoyable three days residential course in the Peak District. Nearly forty children took part in a range of activities including ICT, quad biking, fencing, and other outdoor pursuits.
The highly successful trip was designed to promote co-operation, co-ordination and compromise - all vital skills that will continue to bond the group together during their last year at primary school.
|The Four Musketeers||En-garde!|
|Learning to fence||Nightline during the day!|
|Blindfolded and learning to trust||Communication is vital|
|Co-operation is essential||Listening skills are important|
|Crawling through mud and water!!||Quad biking was fun!|
|All the safety gear on and storming round the track!|
|Making an interactive game||Learning to add doors and corridors|
|Completing the 'Mission Maker' game||Hot Spots was a popular evening game|
|Not as easy as it looks!||Problem Solving skills|
|Improving communication skills||Involving everyone in the plan|
|A birthday surprise for one of our children - a special certificate, a giant badge and a cake|