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Secondary Students' ski trip reflection

Providing stimulating learning opportunities outside of the classroom has always been part of my educational philosophy...

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....be that through community actions and projects or adventurous journeys like a snow sports trip. This Year has been no exception, each day we have seen our group of young skiers develop their skills on the slopes. For our expert group this may have been in carving and getting their edges to catch more, to our high fliers in finally tackling a red piste at the end of the week.

What has been a real treat for all our students was Mr Griggs’ daily nominations and ‘SPOONER’ awards, which saw students reminiscing about silly spills, falls and actions that occurred throughout the day.  Every night students had a great time sharing funny stories and receiving their awards. Thanks to Mr Griggs for running this and the hilarious reminisences.

We can’t wait to start the planning for next Year to make it once again an unforgettable experience for all. We hope you enjoy the photos and comments from the students.

Paul Mitchell

Head of  Year 10

Secondary Mathematics Teacher 

Student Quotes

 

“Life is to be lived, so be crazy while you can.” Joshua minutes before his ski fell off.

"She was the last one to attempt to jump, she caught the speed, and the jump was approaching. Suddenly a massive cloud of snow formed and out flew two skis, with Mia climbing out behind them. "– Finn Jacek’s perspective of Mia’s failed attempt.

"The ski resort is stunning; white snow flowing through the slopes. Moreover, the instructors are humorous and fabulous skiers, they come up with exciting activities. For example, skiing without skis, learning how to master a 360 and blind skiing.

Throughout the ski trip all of us have improved immensely; not only the students but also the teachers" (especially Ms. Fox J).

T"he staff at the chalet are hardworking, responsible and caring angels. They supply us with delicious meals that prepare us for the busy day ahead of us."

Mia Z (Year 9) & Iana (Year 8)

 

"Spending time in a place where there is snow and nice people is something which you don’t forget. The staff were really nice and evening activities such as going for pizza and walking around Villars made for an even more unique experience with all the different students and teachers."

Sissy (Year 9) and Maria (Year 8)

 

"It was an absolutely wonderful experience, it didn’t matter what level you were at there was always a group you could ski with. Overall there was: delicious food, fun activities and an environment we won’t forget. Don’t forget that you are going to one of the most beautiful places on earth."

Oliver A (Year 9)

 

"It was fun and always had something new. We skied with fabulous ski instructors and then went back to the chalet and had fabulous meals cooked by amazing chefs. It was very snowy but still warm and sunny. It was a week to remember and I would love to come back again."                                                                                                              

Joshua T (Year 7)

"It was a lot of fun for me because I met many different people and we had a bit more freedom than the previous ski trips that I went on in Primary school. We had some very interesting challenges and coaching seasons on the slopes with my advanced ski instructor, for example, leaning to ski and carve with only one ski or skiing without any skis on at all down red slopes. Fantastic!"Ola W (Year 7)