Once again, as we set off for Raywell we had been blessed with warm weather and sunshine.

On arrival the children had their safety talk before immediately starting their fun warm up exercises.

Immediately afterwards it was time for the Raywell relays, however, one group of girls found time to pose for a couple of photographs which they also managed to do throughout the day!

Time for a water break before the team challenges started…

but first was there was time for a quick photograph from the ‘posing’ girls!! They are determine to be famous.

A welcome break on the Timber Trail, however, there were still rules in place to avoid any accidents.

One of the group activities gave pupils the chance to become the writer, director and camera person for a film trailer. All of this in half an hour, WOW. However, who should get in on the act for a photograph opportunity?

Before the traditional walk through Raywell Wood, the Raywell Hill role had to be conquered.

Even on the Raywell walk there was time for a photograph but this they had to be quick as their friends joined it!

The last activity before setting back to St. Andrew’s School was to celebrate the achievements of pupil’s time at Raywell.

Raywell Sharing was once again very challenging to select any individual who stood out because the whole class bubble had been incredible all day.