Royston pupils enjoy outdoor adventure in Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 12:05 28 May 2018

Greneway pupils at Manor Adventure in Norfolk. Picture: Greneway

Greneway pupils at Manor Adventure in Norfolk. Picture: Greneway


Almost 100 very excited Year 5 pupils from Greneway Middle School in Royston have been on an adventure in Norfolk.

Greneway pupils at Manor Adventure in Norfolk. Picture: GrenewayGreneway pupils at Manor Adventure in Norfolk. Picture: Greneway

The 93 pupils headed to Manor Adventure in Norfolk Lakes to enjoy a host of outdoor activities.

A Greneway spokeswoman said: “They have enjoyed so many exciting experiences over the week.

Pupils took up the challenge of a variety of water-based activities like kayaking, sailing and canoeing and land-based activities like negotiating a climbing wall, archery and an obstacle course.”

In other Greneway news, the smell of croissants and hot chocolate made an inviting start to Friday morning at Greneway last week. Before school, Year 6 met to enjoy a relaxing end to a busy week – as well as practice their French. After a delicious French breakfast – all conversation in French, of course – they sang a variety of French songs that they had been practicing in lessons.


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