The children and accompanying staff from Yatton Junior School have arrived safely at Morfa Bay Adventure.
The dreadful weather conditions in North Somerset have thankfully not followed them to West Wales.
Although not glorious sunshine as last week we are only experiencing light rain showers with intermittent sunny spells.
Hopefully better weather as the week goes on.
This week Mynydd Cynffig and Dowlais schools are in residence and today is their last day of a packed activity programme with the added extra of glorious sunshine throughout their stay.
Yesterday the centre welcomed a group of pupils from St Cenydd School and accompanying staff to participate in a 2 day activity programme.
Tonight after evening meal a final night Disco with resident DJ Mr Rhys Page ably assisted by Andy Skate board Jones.
Morfa Bay welcomed Whitminster and Christchurch pupils to the centre yesterday accompanied by their staff.Following room allocation and a hearty lunch they all headed down the beach for a sea session. Despite the weather being not so warm as a few weeks ago they all had a thoroughly fun adventurous experience.
After evening meal they followed the coastal path to Pendine before returning to the centre for a well earned hot chocolate and bed.
After the heavy rain that fell during the night it will most certainly be wet and extremely muddy so stand by all those washing machines as you will be working over time on the weekend!
A party of children from Southville School and accompanying staff arrived safely at Morfa Bay in anticipation of a busy adventurous week of activities.
The weather on Monday didn’t deter them from enjoying their first afternoon of activities and in the evening a Spooky walk for Halloween down to the beach returning for hot chocolate around the log fire.
Tuesday and what a beautiful day sunshine all the way at Morfa Bay! Thankfully no need for rain coats today and the lads able to play football on the pitch during their lunch break without getting covered in mud!
Wednesday another dry start to the morning but quite blustery but all wrapped up warm and out and about participating in a variety of activities including Climbing,Orienteering,Muddy Assault Course and Abseiling.
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.
Both pupils and staff thoroughly exhausted after last night’s evening hike!
Today the 3 schools are experiencing a mixture of activities both water and land based including of course the famous muddy assault course.Stand by all parents/guardians for some wet/smelly/muddy clothing for the wash basket on Friday!
Beautiful sunshine today and the activity sessions in full swing no doubt when we break for lunch the future Rooney’s will be hitting the football pitch again!
This evening all schools are heading to Pendine beach with the incentive of an ice cream at the beach front before the long hill climb back to the centre once again for hot chocolate and bed.