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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Dragon boating fun

After a slow sleepy start, we dragged ourselves from our cabins over to the dining room. We were being guided by the aroma of bacon and hash browns. We soon perked up as we all have trapeze and dragon boating to look forward to this morning but not before the anticipated room inspection…

Team work skills came into play as we prepared our cabins for inspection. We worked together to empty bins, ‘hoover’ floors and ‘freshen up’ our living quarters. After a gruelling search through sweet wrappers and socks, Mr Dockrell gave us points that reflected the level of tidiness in our cabins.

Heights’ that was our most used word when we tried to climb the Trapeze.  Scared? Of course not we love heights (most of us anyway) and then after an exciting climb we had Dragon Boating, which everyone enjoyed!

Most of us ended up being a bit frustrated because when group 1 got into the boat everyone had to paddle at the same time, but you’ve guessed it everyone was out of time and we were REALLY slow! In addition, most of us got wet from head to toe.

Next we had Aeroball! Everyone loved that! Last but not least, we had a disco! PARTY!

We are all awaiting tomorrow’s activities...

  • Kelly Goodayle 5 months ago
    Looks like they are having a fantastic time - what a great weekend for it! Enjoy your last day and safe travels home.

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