And so for Super Sunday.
This morning started with the traditional Hilltop three course breakfast to set us up for the day and then on to our first activities. Group 2 headed for the Big Zipper, where Mrs Butcher discovered why we always come back. Meanwhile it was High Ropes for group 1. The children had the opportunity to attempt several different challenges including the wobbly log, the trapeze and the high wire before those who wanted to, climbed the "all aboard" post in the middle. It was brilliant to see the children working together to support each other and challenging themselves try take another step forward.
After pizza and homemade cookies for lunch, it was off to the beach at West Runton, where we spent the afternoon rock pooling. Amongst the many periwinkles and crabs, we also found some anemones and even a couple of jellyfish. Once we had returned all the creatures to their homes it was back in time for dinner. After dinner we had a game of Mad Hatters in the forest. The aim of the game is to avoid getting caught by the "Mad Hatter." Once caught, the children had to grab a hat and join the chasing group. Lots of fun was had by all, with very few bumps or bruises!!! Then it was time for souvenir shopping and packing ready for the morning so that the rooms are ready for the next group. Finally story time, hot chocolate and then bed.
Home time tomorrow after an amazing weekend.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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