25th March 2019
10.10 Made it out of the village without having to come back because last year Mr Walton forgot an important bag! 🙄🙄🙄🙄
11.26 And we’re here!!
Met our ‘’groupie’ Lauren and eating our lunches on the grass. Sunny!
13.00. Lauren took the children on a sight seeing tour singing ‘there and back’. Now on a health and safety and fire talk before the first 2 o’clock activity. Canoeing, climbing and challenge course. Photos later as normal 📷📷📷📷📷
14.00. I have group 2 and they are getting their health and safety talk for their canoeing with Mark. On the water with various games as well as leisurely canoeing!
*just to clarify, I’ll add all group pics as soon as I can. The centre is very large and sometimes we’re on different activities not near each other. I add pics of my group as they’re happening and catch up with the others later.
15.40 Groups 1 and 2 have Sports and Team Games. Group 3 canoeing.
19.00 Bonfire party
Don’t forget to check each days folder just in case more photos are added in the evening
22.08 All tucked up and err quiet!!
26th March Day 2
06.00 Everyone awake err......very early and ready for breakfast. Which is at 08.00!
This mornings activities are Jacobs Ladder, Aeroball, Fencing and Giant Swing.
Sunny here and everyone happy. And believe it or not, rooms not that bad!
09.00 My group have the ‘Jacobs Ladder’ with Sam first sesh then Aeroball Others have Aeroball and Giant Swing and Jacobs Ladder and Aeroball after us. Photos soon!!
10.40 Aeroball. Kids love it. Adults get bored watching it!!! Basically trampolining and basketball combined.
14.00 Next up after another gut busting lunch, the 9 Musketeers in my group have fencing 😫, Group 1 Challenge Course and group 3 Sensory Trail
15.40 Group 1 has raft building, 2 on the challenge course and group 3 doing their best impressions of Touché Turtle.
17.20 is fill their blood sugar levels up in the shop. Never seen them so excited. Were like kids in a sweet shop.
18.10 Dinner. Meatballs or chicken pie or vegetable Kiev or pasta or a combination of all of it along with the tasty salad bar. Lemon Drizzle cake for afters or fruit.
19.00 This evenings entertainment was ‘Photo Challenge’ basically several different tasks to complete with a camera and points collected.
Hi parents, staff and children, Mrs Chandler here. Just wanted to add a short note to Mr W's blog. The children are having a fantastic time and doing themselves, you and Higham proud - so far! It has been a pleasure to see friendships in action, supporting and caring for each other, as well as seeing lovely moments where the quieter characters in the class really begin to shine! I have been Group 3's leader and their attitude and efforts are fantastic. They have all tried everything - even when they've felt nervous, which is all I ask. Special shout out to Olivia who climbed the highest out of everyone at the Jacobs ladder challenge and Macy and Joshua who really challenged themselves. James and Will also get a special mention for falling in the lake in canoeing! I will add some more info later on this week but rest assured, the children are happy and well fed!
Hi to all parents Mrs Munn here , so far so good !! Giant swing today , well done to Savannah who was a good friend to cleo when the going got tough at the top !!!! Raft building this afternoon , well done to all my group , everyone had a go and worked well as a team . Weather is lovely and sunny and the food is going down a treat 😀
Hi parents, again just to say the children are having a fab time,great to see the children have the extra courage to have a go at things they thought they would find really challenging, or had previously even thought they would never attempt. Exceeding expectations is how some of the children are describing their achievements so far - and that is really magical and great to see. They were all pretty zonked out early tonight. Another full on day tomorrow with a late ish breakfast and for my group at least today, some of the the more challenging activities today!! Should be fun. X
27th March Day 3
08.25 Breakfast. Sausages, beans, shrooms, toast, jam, cereals and porridge with cinnamon sugar, oranges and apples. That’s what I had, don’t know what the kids had.
09.00 My group has Raft Building, all about teamwork! 6 barrels and lots of rope and water!! one of my favourites! Videos will be available at the weekend, normally a must see!! Hahahahaha 💦💦💦💦💦💦
Group 1 has problem solving and group 3 archery.
Can’t beat the raft building here for laughter! Sorry, I’m bad!!
10.40 Group 2 have archery the others on raft building and Aeroball.
14.00 Group 2 Abseiling down a 38 foot tower! 😫😫😫 with Jonah. Group 1 has Archery, Group 3, sports and team games.
15.40 Group 2 Sensory Circuits with Lois. Fun and games on a sensory trail blindfolded! Group 1 Jacobs Ladder and Group 3 abseiling in the wall!
Evening activity was a massive game of ambush (hide and seek)
28th March Day 4
07.00 wakey wakey haha for a 07.20 breakfast in pj’s!! If they want to wear their pj’s that is!
09.00. Here we go then go then for the last day! This morning group 1 have abseiling and sensory trail, group 2 thee long awaited for giant swing and problem solving, and group 3 tunnel trail, basically a huge tellytubby hill with big tunnels and giant swing. Photos getting a bit less as the broadband is very slow here in the cabins but you will be inundated with a huge ‘unseen folder’ to maybe view with the kids over the weekend! (I hope, there’s a lot!! 📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷)
Can’t believe how quick and busy this afternoon has been! Haven’t had time to write at all all and here we are at the disco. Everyone partying hard on our last night! Try and post the disco party outfits at least later! 🕺🏻💃🕺🏻💃
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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