Hilltop trip

Cold weather did not deter the children of Hillside Primary School when they travelled to Hilltop Adventure Centre at Sheringham.February, this year, has not been the warmest month but this did not stop all of the children, and staff from the school who accompanied the children, from entering into all of the activities.

Cold weather did not deter the children of Hillside Primary School when they travelled to Hilltop Adventure Centre at Sheringham.

February, this year, has not been the warmest month but this did not stop all of the children, and staff from the school who accompanied the children, from entering into all of the activities. All were challenged to push themselves to the limit and all were proud of their achievements. Activities included, wall climbing, assault course, zip wire, super swing, clambering over rope bridges, climbing through dark tunnels, just a few of the challenges which were faced. The children may have been only 7, 8 or 9years of age but they had nerves of steel.

Hillside Primary School prides itself in giving their older pupils the opportunity of attending a residential visit each year. At a time when many schools are unwilling to take children away on residential trips Hillside feels this type of experience is important in a child's development.

Everyone who attended certainly will never forget their experiences of Hilltop.


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