PGL - Update Day 4 - Friday 10th November 2017
The final count down!
We are all up and looking forward to breakfast and finishing off the morning at PGL with some aeroball, trapeze and then lunch!
It’s been an amazing week! Children have accomplished many fears, tackled many challenges and had an absolute blast.
Packing suitcases has been the biggest challenge ... Be prepared parents!!
We aim to be back at school by 3pm - depending on traffic.
PGL - Update Day 4 - Thursday 9th November 2017
Day 4 - another day, jam-packed with fun and challenges: Jacobs ladder, Orienteering, zip wire and The Muddy Challenge.... Everyone has had a brilliant day!!! Purses/wallets were emptied sweets and hopefully some lovely gifts were purchased.
Final night was completed by a Movie night, a little bit of packing and bed! Lights were out at 10pm
PGL - Update Day 3 - Wednesday 8th November 2017
Another action packed day! Full of challenging activities: abseiling, low ropes, raft building and giant swing! Lots of team building! And lots and lots of food!
Quiz night was great fun - the best team won 👑 - the teachers!!!
Another early night ... lots of very tired children...
Weather has been bright but chilly!
PGL - Update Day 2 - Tuesday 7th November 2017
Day 2 was eventful with lots of rain ☔️ We didn’t let the rain stop the fun ... or the eating! Everyone impressed by the food especially the porridge 🥣... it’s good!
Due to the rain we had an indoor campfire ... thanks to to the power of technology!!! We also had an early night!! Lights were out in most dorms by 9:30 all fast asleep by 9:35! Children had to be woken this am...
Weather looking better today but cold ... another action-packed day ahead
History of Hackbridge booklet for sale
Our pupils produced some amazing artwork which was originally created to go on the hoardings around the Felnex Development in Hackbridge, adjacent to the school. This was a collaboration between our school and Hackbridge & Beddington Corner Neighbourhood Development Group. The artwork was in response to the hackbridge history research compiled by Jo Simister and Umaya Younis from contributions from local people, online and primary resources. The posters were designed and the project co-ordinated by Lysanne Horrox and funding for the printing the booklet provided by the Beddington Community Benefit Fund.
The booklets give you a lovely potted history of the area, illustrated by our childrens' artwork.
We have a limited supply of these booklets available from the school office at a cost of £2 each