The Year 7 boys left school early on Monday morning and started their journey to Pembrokeshire, Wales for a week long residential. The aim of the trip was for the boys to develop relationships with each other and the staff. Even though the journey was long, the boys were settled and ready to tackle the many activities that lay ahead.
The boys were split into 6 groups and assigned a group leader. Each group rotated through coasteering, St David’s city tour, surfing, beach games, hill walk and hill climb over three days. In the evenings the boys rotated through free time, a coastal walk and bivvy building. The boys tackled all the activities with enthusiasm and a great sense of adventure. They were delightful and a pleasure to take on the trip. Many of the activity leaders and members of the public were delighted by the good manners and kindness shown by the boys.
A week away from home with no technology and a stunning landscape was a brilliant start to the year for our wonderful Year 7 boys.