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First day of High Adventure…

This morning, the excited Year 6’s waved goodbye to mums and dads and Park Grove to set off to the awe-inspiring High Adventure! Once we arrived, we were shown our rooms and faced the first challenge: making our own beds! (The most fearful of all activities here it seems!)

After lunch, all groups sets off on a local adventure walk, where we scrambled our way up hilly terrain, played ‘Predator’ and looked out from the top of a princess’ tower over the incredible surrounding countryside.

Dinner was a slightly controversial turkey Sunday dinner (on a Monday?!) with a chocolate bun for pud – and once we were all fed and watered, the egg-static Year 6’s moved onto the egg-cellent evening activity…the egg-citing Eggbert! But would any groups design and create a contraption to keep their egg from smashing, and have the opportunity to smash the egg instead on Instructor Keira’s head?! Well yes…two groups did!

All in all, what a cracking first day at High Adventure! 


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  1. Suzi Furey Reply

    Thanks for the update, lovely to see. Looks like a lot of fun!

  2. Jonathan Cotton Reply

    Awesome! Looking forward to seeing more of these posts! X

  3. Ann Warriner Reply

    Looks great-thanks for the photos-much appreciated.

    Sounds like the real life flood was rather exciting. Hats off to the teachers for sleeping on the floor-I think they deserve a medal or at least a good work certificate!

  4. Manon Reply

    The first day was so exciting. I’m in some of those pictures! My team survived the egg challenge and Tia cracked it on Keira’s head! I feel so sorry for Keira!

    • Alexander Savkovic (playground buddy) Reply

      I agree. 🙂

  5. Tia Ambrose Lamit Reply

    Cracking an egg on Keira’s lhead was so fun! ??

  6. Jade Reply

    You should have got a photo of someones cracking an egg on Keiras head ;D

  7. ben Reply

    i loved high adventure and would love to do it all again

  8. franchesca Reply

    I can’t wait until i am a year six because it looks really fun but the fall of faith looks so nervous but fun! i hope you all enjoyed going on high adventure.

  9. Aaron Reply

    I can’t wait in till ime year six it locks so fun you year six is are lucky

  10. Alexander Savkovic (playground buddy) Reply

    High Adventure was soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good! Year 5’s you are in for a treat!

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