☰ Updates From the PGL Trip

Updates From the PGL Trip

Posted on: May 18th 2012

 Final PGL UPDATE: 4:20pm - All back, exhausted, but very happy after a successful trip to PGL. I don't know who will sleep better this weekend, the pupils or the teachers - all of whom look shattered!!! Keep an eye out over the next few weeks for info on the trip in the newsletter and on the pupils' work page on the website.

 PGL UPDATE: 18th May - 8:20am - Mrs Ellison sent a text this morning saying: All fine. Children and staff slept well! Everyone's packed and looking forward to the last morning of activities; weather is fine, fingers crossed! Unfortunately, we were unable to do the campfire last night as the weather didn't hold and we had some rain. An indoor activity replaced it, which was fun. All the children were in bed by 9pm, lights out and absolutely shattered! See you all later this afternoon.

 PGL UPDATE: 17th May 3:50pm... Having spoken to Mrs. G. this afternoon, the children are having a fabulous time! They've done a range of activities, one of which was the very muddy challenge course!

 Campfire tonight and fingers crossed the weather holds, as they've not seen a drop of rain so far! (No mean feat considering how dreadful it's been!) PGL UPDATE: 17th May... After a good night's sleep and an early start (5am wake up for the boys!), the children have had breakfast and are moving onto the day's activities, which include abseiling and trapeze, today! Chilly but dry is the forecast. More updates later.

 PGL UPDATE: 16th May 6:20pm by Ms Habgood... From the text F4 parents received earlier this afternoon, you will know that the children were enjoying Archery and Zipwire. I kept my feet firmly on the floor, but had a go at the archery! As I left, they were just finishing and getting ready for dinner. This evening sounds exciting with a hide and seek activity in an area of the woods close to the activity area! Hopefully, after all the excitement, they will sleep well and be ready for tomorrow's full and exciting schedule! More updates tomorrow!

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