As our original Raywell bookings were cancelled due to Covid restrictions, the easing of the restrictions allowed our trips to Raywell to resume.
Miss L Tomlinson Bell’s class (Year 4) was the first to have their ‘Raywell Experience’ since the easing of the lockdown.
It was good to see that the children had come well prepared for a cold, wet and muddy Raywell. However, on arrival sun hats, sunglasses and sun lotion might have been a better option!
After the safety rules it was time for Mr huckstep’s ‘fun’ exercises to ‘blow away the cobwebs’.
Before the group activities started, excited children had the chance to refreshed their timber trail skills.
After time on the timber trail the enthusiastic pupils commenced the four organised group activities.
Then it was time for the long anticipated ‘Raywell Hill Roll’.
Time for a water break before the crazy relays started.
Then it was time for a pleasant walk in the Raywell Wood with the prospect of the dark and eerie tunnels waiting for the inquisitive children. This time of year the tunnels were camouflage with wild garlic as was most of the wood.
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This post was written by Robert Galloway