Year 6 Residential 2015

A Manor Primary School Blog

27
May
2015

Canoeing and Kayaking on the beach

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24
May
2015

Day 3 afternoon at the beach

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We had the best afternoon on the beach in canoes and kayaks.image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image


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23
May
2015

Day Two photos

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23
May
2015

Quad bikes

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Abbie and Elise hold the record for fastest lap whereas Daniyal holds record for most crashes in one lap! Wicked afternoon dragon boat racing and quad biking looking forward ambush this evening.

 

Miss Lowe says sorry about the pictures being the wrong way round the wifi isn’t good so takes a long time to upload and rotate!image image image image image image image image image image image


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23
May
2015

High Ropes

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This morning we faced our fears animage image image image image image image image imaged climbed the high ropes. We started at the lowest and had the choice to climb a further two more levels! All of our group made it at least past the first level! Well done! We can’t wait for indoor climbing next!

 

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23
May
2015

First day!!

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First day activities included zip wire and survivor and then capture the flag on the evening!image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image image


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22
May
2015

On the ferry!

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22
May
2015

Where are we?

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This week our Year 6 children are at Little Canada, a PGL Centre on the Isle of Wight.

How will we get there?

What is there?

There is plenty of information on the PGL Little Canada site and you can even explore an interactive 3D tour online!


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