St Ives Residential June 2015
WORKSHOP - As part of the workshop at the Eden Project, the children have to decide which peices of equpment would be the most important for surviving in a rainforest. They had to explain to the rest of the group why they had chosen the order they had put them in. Brilliant thinking going on.
BIOME - As part of The intrepid St Micheals explorers trekked deep into the heart of the rainforest in search of plants to help them with their health and with things to eat. This is the group relaxing by a fantastic waterfall after their incredible discoveries.
After a super meal, the apple crumble was nearly as good as schools. We have been climbing trees, rolling downs hills and playing tag. We are spending the last few moments writing and drawing about our exciting day. Very soon we will be off to bed hopefully to sleep; well that's what we are letting the teachers think!
The afternoon just whizzed by . The people of St Ives were very kind and answered the questions for our geography project. We wonder how our friends doing the Yeovil questions are getting on? You can't beat chips by the sea and ours were great so great the seagulls were trying to get in on the action. As you can see we're all on the beach playing some lovely games.