Today has been all about challenge. Three groups climbed through tricky conditions on high mountains (one group walking to just below the summit of Snowdon) and the other group exploring deep within abandoned mines. Lots of us faced fears of heights, confined spaces and the dark; persisted through rain and wind and kept going even when tired.
However, what stood out was the teamwork and care for each other. Words of encouragement and helping hands meant that everyone was successful.
Favourite moments for the children included blowing the clouds off the summit of Snowdon; seeing a beautiful rainbow; eating lunch at the summit of a mountain in the clouds and then watching the sky clear to reveal the route climbed; seeing lots of the teachers fall over and gazing at a wonderful starry sky, identifying Saturn, Mars and Venus and a few of us seeing a shooting star,
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