Year 7 Residential at Hollowford
On Monday 24th to Tuesday 25th September, our new Year 7 pupils, along with their form teachers and Head of Year Mrs Downes, embarked on a residential visit to the Hollowford Centre near Castleton.
The purpose of this annual trip is to build confidence, encourage team building and provide opportunities for the girls to get know each other.
There were many new exciting challenges and adventures for the girls including rock climbing, high and low ropes, zip wire, weaseling and rafting. The girls had an amazing couple of days enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Peak District in the sunshine!
The trip was a great success and everyone is now ready to be back in school to carry on their adventure, having built great friendships and shared many fun memories!
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