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Year 11 Bronze International Award expedition

Last weekend, our intrepid explorers from Year 11, went on their final expedition as part of the Bronze International Award

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"It was a very worthwhile experience as it brought me out of my comfort zone and I learnt many new things. The trip was very well organized and the route was very well planned out by my team which helped us finding our way and preventing us from getting lost. Overall, I believe that it was a very enjoyable trip and I will 100% be carrying on and doing Silver." Aaron G.

The trip didn’t go all their own way; they managed to get lost once or twice, however managed to use their map reading skills to find their way back.

The weather over night dropped below 0 degrees Celsius, and yes there was frost on the tents!


James Parkinson

Year 4 Teacher