What a fantastic residential trip!Coverack 2016 PP
Coverack Camp 2016
What a fantastic residential trip!
On Monday 21st March Class 3 left school heading to Coverack to start their first residential trip. The children were excited and anxious about what the next three days would bring.
When we arrived in Coverack the children were amazed how beautiful the village was and they really enjoyed exploring the beach, park and going on a headland walk.
They were incredibly excited to find out who was in their rooms and what their rooms looked like. After spending time in their rooms unpacking it was soon time for some parachute games, dinner and Easter craft.
The evening ended with some hot chocolate and biscuits and a story. The last person fell asleep at 11.15pm!!! (They were too excited to sleep)
We have some early risers in Class 3 and some children were awake at 5.15am!
After breakfast it was time to head to BF Adventure.
At BF adventure the children took part in various team building activities in the adventure quarry and after lunch they went canoeing.
The children had a fabulous day and smiled throughout. The team work and cooperation shown was brilliant.
When we arrived back to Coverack the children went on an Easter egg hunt before dinner and had some more parachute games and a camp party!
After a busy day the children were asleep by 8pm! (Phew!)
This was the last day in Coverack and there was a lot to pack up.
We went on a scavenger hunt around Coverack YHA and found all sorts of unusual items that we made stories up about.
We left Coverack and headed to Roskilly’s Farm for a tour and of course, some yummy ice cream!
We fed the animals and found out how the ice cream was made, including going into the ice cream freezers! Brrrr!
Soon, it was time to get on the bus and head for home.
We had a fantastic three days and everyone involved had a lovely time.
We were commented on by the public about how well behaved we were and how good our manners were throughout the trip.
Well done Class 3, you were great and did us proud!
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