Intrepid Year 6 students have completed their final Microadventure.
They enjoyed open air camping, rock scrambling, midnight hiking, coasteering, cooking and making fire.
During a busy time, it was refreshing for them to escape into the wilderness, where worries, doubt, pressure and stress are lost within the simplicity of the great outdoors.
Microadventures are about creating excitement but also stretching students mentally and physically. They are about creating a feeling of discomfort, to allow them to go beyond what they think they are capable of as well as having the ability to push themselves, within a safe environment.
The weekend event was organised by Year 6 teacher Brendan Lee. His adventurous spirit and dedication is a source of constant inspiration to all the young people he guides.