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Good morning. We are all up and getting ready for breakfast. Unfortunately, we are missing the human alarm clock of Mrs Stevens and none of the teachers here can sing. But Mrs Stevens has sent a song for the girls. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€. The boys had to suffer some 'transmission vamp' and Mrs Shelton joining inπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.


Can you decide which teacher has found it difficult to make her bed? 

Which teacher is finding it difficult to make a bed?

It's breakfast time πŸ₯“πŸ³

So far this morning we have been caving - squeezing down the toilet! Overcoming our fears of heights on the zip wire and leap of faith and even learning to ride a bike. Looking forward to hearing about the achievements of the other groups on their return later. 

We are all so proud of their team spirit, positive attitude and determination. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

Group E


Today we have had a wonderful day out battling all weather conditions and nearly getting blown away. This morning, we went to Monsal Trail to abseil off the bridge. Some of us were nervous and a little unsure, but the majority of us managed pluck up the courage to go for it. Josh even went down singing ‘you spin me right round’. This afternoon we went rock scrambling, it was very wet and windy! We had to climb really high and get into really tight spaces. I couldn’t be prouder of their achievements! 

Another excellent day. We are all now tucked up in bed and hopefully fast asleep after another busy day. Tonight's activity was secret agents. All children had to run around Whitehall trying to find the teachers, who were hidden. Some children have the skills to be part of the secret service, however some definitely don't. What they forgot was while they were trying to find us, we could also hear them! 

But we did manage to bring all the staff back into the building - which is better than previous years. 


Keep looking for for updates tomorrow.