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Please take a look in News and Events to see what is going on in the school during the holidays. Have a lovely Summer break and we look forward to seeing you back on Tuesday 3rd September!

Tuesday 11th June 2019

Highlights from a very excited summary of the trip so far

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Highlights of Day 2

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Hello from Tenby

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Brass Rubbings

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The Most Important Meal of the Day

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Castle attackers, urine trouble!

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One Group's Afternoon

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Brass Rubbings

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Welsh Lessons!

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After a super breakfast including bacon, beans, sausages, eggs, pain au chocolate, croissants, toast and more, the children headed out on the coach to Pembroke Castle. 

 

COACH QUOTES

Luana: Breakfast was delicious!

Olivia P: The food was really good and it was really filling.

 

We had a super time at Pembroke Castle! Our guide shared with us all sorts of insights into the long, varied and dramatic history of the castle -- for example, the Lords had 18 to 25 courses of food!  Because they were so physically busy, they needed 6000 calories a day!  We saw pterodactyl footprints, the dungeon where a man survived seven years waiting for revenge and discovered some grisly uses of urine.  The children also created some very effective brass rubbings.

 

Megan: There was a pterodactyl in the caves!

Namu: Would you like being locked in the dungeon? I wouldn't last three days in a dungeon but John Whithaw lasted seven years!

 

In the afternoon, the groups split so one team enjoyed bushcraft activities and a coastal walk. The weather cleared up just in time for a glorious walk (photos to come). The others enjoyed sightseeing and souvenir shopping in Tenby and a games afternoon. After dinner and diary writing, the children are settling down for another evening...

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