Isle of Wight trip

More than 130 students and 14 staff took part in the annual residential visit to the Isle of Wight from Friday 26th May to Sunday 28th May. On the Friday, students had a Humanities day visiting the island’s famous chalk Needles then heading to the impressive Carisbrooke Castle. Students then had a fun weekend of outdoor activities at the PGL ‘Little Canada’ centre. Activities included dragon boating, aeroball, abseiling and climbing. Trip leader Mr Alison said, “It was another great year of this long-standing trip. The students loved seeing the Needles and castle on the Friday in such glorious sunshine and calm weather. They all made new friends and got to try out lots of activities they may have not experienced before. All the students racing dragon boats together on the Saturday was a real highlight.”