Year 6 children at St Petroc’s School in Bude will be saying their final goodbyes to their teachers and friends as their time at St Petroc’s draws to a close.
The children enjoyed recounting their ‘memories of St Petroc’s’ at their final assembly which bought many a laugh from their friends, parents and teachers.
As soon as the Year 6 children had completed their SATs exams, they went on a week-long residential activity course at Heatree Activity Centre in Newton Abbot. They tackled a climbing tower, kayaking, caving, high ropes, archery and orienteering.
Ben Hilton, Head of Games, said: “ We packed a lot of activities into our time at Heatree and as you can imagine we had a fun week, learning much about ourselves as individuals and as a group. It was great to see them return happy and exhausted.”
Dan Thornburn, Headmaster added: “We are very proud of our Year 6 children and all they have achieved during their journey with us. It is also very rewarding to see 4 of them receiving scholarships to Senior Schools as well as all the amazing sporting cups, trophies and medals from regional and national tournaments. We wish them every success in their future schools and hope they will always look back fondly at their time at St Petroc’s.”