From the 13th - 15th November, Form One went on an adventure to How Hill in Ludham, Norfolk. They enjoyed three action packed days with a variety of different activities, which included orienteering, dyke dipping, a boat trip to a nearby windmill and a nature trail.
This was a wonderful opportunity for the children to build on their teamwork skills as well as learning about the unique environment of the Norfolk Broads. All the children were fully immersed into the owl pellet dissection and managed to identify several small mammal bones including shrews, mice and voles. One of the most popular activities was learning how to weave, which kept them busy during both evenings; some children chose to make a scarf for their teddy and others made a colourful bookmark.
All in all, an excellent time was had by all and we came away with strengthened friendships, an increased knowledge of the local environment and some very weary but happy faces!