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Year 6 Updates from Yaolin - 18th May

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5:45pm Updates

For our second night Miss Brown, Mr Hartland, Miss Newman and Mr Johnson's groups all had dinner in the hotel. We had lots of different Chinese dishes and they were delicious.

After dinner we played some team bonding games. Some of us had a competition seeing who could build the tallest tower out of newspaper and some of us played a challenging game of tag. We were all extremely mature and responsible when it came to bedtime and lights out - it wasn't hard though as were all very tired!

Miss Doherty and Mrs Dold's groups spent last night camping. They put all the wilderness skills they had learnt into practise and made a campfire to cook their dinner on. They also put up their tents and prepared camp.

This morning the camping groups woke up and had a camp breakfast. They then spent the day hiking and dragon boat racing.

Miss Newman and Mr Johnson's group did archery and raft building this morning. They then learnt wilderness skills ready for camping this evening.

Miss Brown and Mr Hartland's group played laser tag and did rock climbing. Laser tag was great fun. Everyone got kitted out in helmets and got a laser gun. The group was split into two and had to try and hit the other children from the opposing team. We played in a huge field with lots of trees and bushes. It even had trenches, walls and small fortresses for us to hide in. Everyone had 5 lives and 2000 shots - it was great trying to hide and not get shot!

The rock climbing was equally as fun! We got to climb up a mountain side and do some real rock climbing. We then had a go at leap of faith - we had to climb up a pole with a tiny platform at the top. Then when you are standing at the top you have to leap and catch a hanging trapeze. Everyone was super brave as it was very scary!

We are having dinner at the hotel or campsite and are looking forward to our final day of activities tomorrow!

Updates from: Ms. Emma Brown

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