It is already halfway through this year’s Curriculum Enrichment Week and reports are flooding back to school about how much fun students are having.
Most of the children have been lucky enough to be taking part in their activities in the warm sunshine.
Staff attending the Isles of Scilly trip say their time away is like ‘bathing in paradise’ and they are having a great time.
Children on the Midlands trip have had a fun day out at Warwick Castle on Monday. They were also treated to an adventurous day out at Drayton Manor where they were riding on rollercoasters.
In Brittany the group have been exploring the town of Dinan and playing games of rounders. One evening they visited a traditional creperie.
A teacher on the trip said: “All of our students have been a real credit to the school. We cannot wait for another day of adventure tomorrow.”
In school there was a lot of creativity taking place in the art room as part of the Art by the Sea. Students were allowed to use paints, clay and other materials throughout the day. On Tuesday they were all taken out to visit the Tate Gallery in St Ives.
In the music rooms students were learning the song Riptide by Vance Joy with Ukuleles. They then recorded the song together on high-tech equipment.
Elsewhere in the school students have been creating their own animation films using figures made out of small bricks and modelling clay.