Peckover's Year 6 residential
Peckover Primary School's Year 6 students enjoyed activities including a monster trail, pirate activities and spooky story telling on a fantastic four-day residential trip. A total of 47 students and four staff members went on the action-packed trip to Alymerton Field Study Centre near the north Norfolk coast.
Trip leader Mrs Kendall said: ‘We did a monster trail which was an orienteering course around Felbrigg estate, it was brilliant. The children also had things like high ropes challenge courses to do plus a pirate activity day. We saw seals at Horsey and the coastal erosion of Happisburgh. This is the sixth or seventh year we have been on this particular residential. Students were put into teams with those beyond their normal friendship group and the challenges were designed to take them out of their comfort zone but in a safe and supportive environment. It was all about developing their confidence, team building and independence skills and the range of adventure activities was great!’