Each year we offer pupils in Year 6 the opportunity to take part in a Residential Journey. This takes place in the autumn term, just after the start of the new academic year, and helps to develop skills of co-operation and team building.
This year pupils from Year 6 visited the Aylmerton Field Study Centre in Norfolk which provides an opportunity for the group to look at coastal erosion first hand and take part in activities such as walking the mud flats. The trip consists of four nights away with all meals provided.
As well as working hard, the children also have the opportunity to relax together and this helps to promote unity and friendship.