Year 6 - Our last day in Osmington Bay
YEAR 6 FINAL DAY IN OSMINGTON BAY
Friday - Our Final Day!
Last night we went to a disco organised by PGL. It was great fun!
Our activities today, climbing and Aeroball are being done as one big group, which is lovely.
Our first activity was climbing.
The children all enjoyed being together. Our final activity today was Aeroball . The children were very competitive as they played against each other in teams to gain points.
We are looking forward to our final lunch and meal of PGL....BURGERS!
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Thursday afternoon - Day 2
After a very busy but enjoyable morning, we tucked into our first lunch here at Osmington Bay. We had fajutas or tacos and a huge range of choices from the salad and fruit bars.
This afternoon we have enjoyed doing two new exciting activities ... the Giant Swing and Archery!
The Giant Swing was a big hit with the children and Molly love the archery so much, she managed to break an arrow!
This evening we are looking forward to relaxing and enjoying a disco to end another glorious day.
Thursday morning - Day 2
Our first day was full of fun! In the evening we had our first cooked meal. There were so many choices from chicken goujons, vegetable kievs, soups and a fruit and salad bar. After dinner we had time to go to the shop to spend our pennies.
The weather had been glorious all day and we enjoyed our evening activity by the camp fire. We sang camp fire songs and enjoyed melted marshmallows.
This morning we have enjoyed a delicious breakfast of omlette, bacon, beans, toast, cereal and many more choices.
Our first activities today have been Quad Biking and the Zip Wire! Some of our children are experts at quad biking and are very talented!
This afternoon we are looking forward to Archery and the Giant Swing!
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Wednesday - Day 1
We arrived safely just after 12:30 and have settled well into our rooms. Our journey was very pleasant and we had some lovely views of Weymouth as we drove into the camp. All the children have settled well and have enjoyed a view of the camp and are looking forward to starting their first two activities: Tunnel Trails and Fencing!