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Year 6 residential visit to Boreatton Park 2008 - 02 June 2008




Fabulous Boreatton Park


Happy Memories!!

Once again this year our Year 6 set off for a week of adventure and action at Boreatton Park. It was a fantastic week in which the children were able to participate in activities they had not previously had the opportunity to participate in. These super challenging activities included: art and drama, abseiling, canoeing, kayaking, travelling down a zip wore, negotiating a giant swing and traversing high ropes. Many children conquered their fears and tested themselves to the limit! Everybody was encouraged to work as a team and support each other through the more difficult tasks. Everyone gave 100% effort!!

 

The weather was great so falling out of your canoe a few times was very refreshing! As you can see from the photos, all of the children had a brilliant time and were a credit to Peterbrook School. Mr Russell and Miss Parker would like to thank the children for such a great week - they were very proud of you all!

Boreatton Park offers a wide range of activities designed to stimulate, educate and motivate primary school pupils. The centre has everything a Peterbrook child might need including a brilliant new sports/activity hall with its superb climbing wall, a football pitch, a modern dining room and the Crazy Moose Lounge. The centreís 240 acres of grounds include a river, 2 lakes and a 40ft sandstone cliff for abseiling. There are also 5 zip wires (including one of the longest in the UK - across the lake), abseil towers, a high ropes course, Jacobís ladders, quad bike tracks, 2 giant swings, pony stables, indoor swimming pool and much, much more!!!

See the space to view images of our intrepid pupils and their daring members of staff enjoying their adventure activities together!!

Click here to visit Boreatton Park's website!!

(more photos soon)


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