A video and photo gallery of Year 7 pupils at Stanley Head Outdoor Education Centre.
Comments from Year 7 pupils:
It was really good, I did abseiling, climbing, high ropes, leap of faith and crate stacking. The leap of faith was my favourite because what you had to do was jump of a top of a tower and you fall and then it would slow you down before you hit the floor!
I overcame my fear of heights; I had lots of fun; made new friends from a different form; tasty food; I overcame my fear by doing the abseil.
I had a great experience at Stanley Head. I learned about teamwork on the crate stack and on the challenge wall. On the wall climbing I learned that the only one stopping you is you. On the high wire I stopped my fear of heights and completed the high wire.
I enjoyed the trip it was really fun, the activities were really good and the instructors were really nice. On the high ropes Mr Duncombe got a text off his wife.
Stanley Head what an amazing adventure. It was a really fun day out and I met new friends and discovered new activities. It was really scary on the high ropes but I kept my focus and carried on until the end. After the high ropes there was the leap of faith. It was the scariest thing in my life. I looked at the edge, I thought I couldn’t do it but with a bit of encouragement I jumped off the 15m plummet to the floor.
I liked dangling from a rope, it was like I was flying.
It was funny when we were making jokes when people were eating.
It was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!