Year 6 Residential

Every June our Year 6s (and some lucky staff members) pack their suitcases and head off for an exciting two night trip away from school and home! This is a wonderful treat for the children who work so hard during their SATS and it is a chance to bond with their friends and classmates before heading off to secondary school.

This year, Year 6 headed to the Adur Outdoors Centre in Shoreham - on - Sea to experience real camping next to the River Adur. The days were packed with activities such as watersports, bushcraft, bike riding and orienteering. All of the children were Risky Ronans and challenged themselves by stepping out of their comfort zones and completing exciting and sometimes difficult activities. The children were so supportive of each other throughout the activities and even in down time, everyone joined in with each other and had fun, despite some leaky tents and soggy sleeping bags!

Some Comments from the Kids

"Climbing was fun. I got an adrenaline rush. I enjoyed spending time with my friends."

"I got to splash Mr K and he threw me in the river."

"I really liked spending time with my friends. It was really chilled. Bike riding was my favourite."

"My favourite part was the climbing. Even though I have a massive fear of heights I think it was really fun. The whole vibe of the place was really enjoyable and a great way to celebrate the end of SATS."

"I liked staying in the tents with my friends. I enjoyed everything and had a good time."

"I enjoyed the climbing because because everyone was included at all times. Everyone was acive and had a job to do."

"I really enjoyed the residential because we got to be with our friends the whole time."

Team Work
Raft Building