Year 6 pupils took to the outdoors for scientific and geographical adventures on a residential trip to Castle Head Field Centre, in the Lake District.
Taking part in nature discovery workshops alongside team-building exercises, the Junior School pupils got to grips with their problem-solving skills during raft building, abseiling and climbing activities.
One unique task challenged pupils to camouflage themselves in woodland, using only the natural materials around them, and then holding their breath whilst their classmates tried to locate them.
The group’s favourite day involved a coastal study. Pupils observed peregrine falcons battling with ravens, traversed a rocky cliff face, squeezed through narrow cave-openings and even sank in quicksand!
Year 6 Teacher, Mr Steve Treadway said: “It was a great trip, with everyone returning tired, but happy!”