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St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School

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Year Six go to Marchants Hill 

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Marchants Hill

On Wednesday 12th of October, Year 6 set off for PGL Marchant’s Hill. We were all really excited for the following days ahead, but before we arrived, we stopped at the Devil’s Punchbowl. In our day groups, we used our imaginations to create and perform how we thought the Devil’s Punchbowl was created.

After that, we left for PGL! When we arrived, we got back into our day groups and instantly began our activities. The activities we did were Aeroball, Archery, Climbing Wall, Giant Swing, Low Ropes, Orienteering and Zip Wire. It seemed that the Giant Swing was one of everyone’s favourite activities. J We also conquered the Challenge Course, formerly known as the Mud Challenge. Some were muddier than others, but we still all had a great time. After dinner, we gathered round and played games. We played Passport to the World and Ambush in the woods, but the majority of us enjoyed Ambush the most!

On Friday the 14th of October we were all sad to leave. We wanted more activities, we wanted more fun. Everyone had an amazing time but we knew we had to go. We made so many good memories that none of us want to forget. We still talk about them now, it was an amazing experience and all we can say is thank you. Thank you coaches and teachers for giving us an amazing time.


Written by Becky, Erin and Freya.