Egg Drop Challenge

To celebrate the end of the school year Post 16 enjoyed a game of virtual bingo with those learning at home joining those in school. We then enjoyed an egg drop challenge. It was lots of fun throwing eggs to each other and a bit of luck was needed for the egg not to break when we caught…

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Post 16 Relax with Yoga

Post 16 have been enjoying relaxing yoga sessions. Today the sun was out and we were able to enjoy the session outdoors.

 

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Post 16 Go Geocaching!

A rainy day for a Post 16 ramble and a hunt for a Geocache.  Mrs Gordon put her whole heart and 'sole' into the walk!

 

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P16 danceathon part 2

Following the danceathon for the sports challenge, P16 have done our own  dance. We think we have some secret John Travolta’s!!!

 

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P16 Horticulture session

Students have been busy completing a variety of tasks that include waterproofing our hedgehog houses, weeding and watering our tomatoes.harvesting our indoor onions and placing our new compost bin.
We haven’t let the rain put us off!

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Post 16 River Tawd Ramble

Some Post 16 students enjoyed a ramble today. We walked from school to the River Tawd and it was great spending time outdoors in our local area. It was a hot day so an ice lolly at the end of the day was very much needed.

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Post16 Firelighting

A lovely end to the first day back on Tuesday.

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P16 Lunch in Unit

Students have been preparing their lunch using the camping stoves  They have then eaten in their own tents- all socially distancing!!

 

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P16 Problem Solving

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Post 16 Home Learning

A student in Post 16 has been very busy trying lots of different activities whilst learning from home. He's been doing lots of life skills including cutting wood for the fire, has made some lovely craft items and is enjoying a local exercise walk every day....well done to you!

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Ramble On!

We are very proud of this Post 16 student who earlier in March walked to the top of Kinder Scout. At 2,087ft above sea level, Kinder Scout is the highest point of the Peak District and one of the most challenging walks in that area.  This is a great achievement, well done!

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