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Carey Camp 7.06.13

CAREY CAMP
 
Year 4 had a great experience at Carey Outdoor Education Centre this week.
 
The traverse wall tested our climbing and co-operative skills with Cheselbourne School.
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Later we filmed our adventure story about the “Curse of the Demon Squirrel!” where we were communicative using our photographic abilities.
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On Wednesday evening Year 4 teamed up with other Schools at Carey to play football, rounders and hockey.
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Thursday began with the delightful South Carey Walk. The sun shone and we were lucky enough to see a wild rabbit, stunning views and a tree that had been struck by lightning.
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We were ready for our lunch by then and worked with new friends to produce a balanced meal with trangia stoves. We used food from different food groups – protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
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Next we were challenged by balancing on the low ropes. We had spotters to encourage and support us as we became more confident.
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That evening at the camp fire we sang our Australian songs: Kookaburra and Eucalyptus.First we sang to the other children and then asked them to join in with us and sing Eucalyptus as a round.
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On Friday, our final morning, sadly it was raining so we did pictionary, water colours, Carey posters and games in the classrooms.
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We had a fantastic time and would like to thank Mrs Crisford (her last one), Miss Nottley, Charlie Dale and Gill and Chris Copson for helping us enjoy our time.
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