Three Calderdale primary schools come together for first ever joint residential trip

The three Trinity Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) primary schools got together recently for their first ever joint residential trip, which proved to be very memorable for everyone.

Excited Year 6 pupils from Trinity Academy Akroydon in Boothtown, Brighouse based Trinity Academy St Chad’s and Trinity Academy St Peter’s of Sowerby, enjoyed a three-day action-packed stay at Kingswood Activity Centre near Doncaster.

Fun-filled days were ended by fireside jokes and riddles accompanied by hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows. After a full English breakfast each day, the children participated in a vast range of activities including archery, raft building, abseiling, bushcraft, laser tag, canoeing, climbing, games such as aeroball, gliding down zip wires, and even a trail of mystery.

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The residential was a great success and the Trinity MAT primary schools all hope to be back next year.

Assistant Principal at Trinity Academy St Chad’s, Tom Smaldon commented, “The children have had such a fantastic experience rising to the challenge of all these brilliant activities with pupils from across our schools, and made some lifelong memories along the way.”

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