For Yatton school the summer has arrived.
The Indian summer is here in stunning Carmarthenshire and children and accompanying staff are enjoying all the adventurous activities in glorious sunshine.
This morning 2 groups headed for the beach with the surf up conditions were perfect!
Great fun was had by one and all catching the waves and it was with much persuasion that instructors eventually got the group out of the water and back in time for lunch.
Tonight following final activities a BBQ evening followed by Disco with non other than Mr Hot Stepper Grant Brown.
Lucky Yatton school at last summer has arrived!
Morfa Bay basking in sunshine this morning and the children preparing for another full day of challenging activities.
Some of the children experiencing the woodland scramble and muddy assault course today so stand by all you washing machines in Yatton for some hard core cleaning do be done over the weekend.
Tomorrow the BBQ will be put to full use for the final night at Morfa and all will be able to enjoy Al Fresco dinning!
Yatton School pupils and accompanying staff arrived safely at Morfa Bay ready for a full weeks programme of adventurous activities.
Activities started as soon as the children were all accommodated and had finished their lunch of traditional homemade soup and fresh filled rolls from the local bakery.
Activities enjoyed Zip wire,Muddy Assault Course, Caving ,Mountain Bikes and Climbing.
The evening finished with a hike to Pendine Beach followed by hot chocolate and bed.
Morfa Bay Adventure were delighted to welcome John Thompson and Simon Day to the centre on Sunday to film a taster session of the exhilarating activity Land Yachting on Pendine Sands as part of a new history channel programme ‘Britain Through Counties’ featuring Carmarthenshire.
Today sees the final day of school visits for this year’s Year 12/KS5 Induction Week.
Over the course of the week schools and colleges have been using Morfa Bay Adventure as a base for on-site taster activity sessions to help develop confidence, self esteem and a better understanding for the outdoors. It has also provided the opportunity for students to get to know their peers a little better and hopefully create new friendships.
During the week we have welcomed the likes of Queen Elizabeth High School Carmarthen, Ysgol Bro Myrddin Carmarthen, Cardiff and Vale College and Ysgol Greenhill Tenby.