What was really interesting to note was the effect that Green Camp had on the social interactions in the school. Many of the students who were new this year have clearly now made some firm friends and have grown in confidence, which is an excellent outcome.
In general, one couldn’t help but notice the more friendly conversations between students around the school and how much better form tutors now know their tutees.
These are small, but important, characteristics of a well-balanced and effective school which should feed into overall success during the year. Our thanks go to all the Heads of Year for organising the Green Camps, but also to all the students who went with a great attitude and showed our shared valued of respect, honesty, diversity and community whilst away and continue to do so now we are back in school.
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