How Hill 2017
Forms V and VI enjoyed a very successful residential trip staying in the beautiful surroundings of How Hill Trust where the children benefitted from the amazing gardens, nature trails and woodlands. Time was spent exploring habitats and looking at the wildlife including some amazing footage captured on the night cameras, aquatic ecology where the children became scientists and carried out experiments and investigations into the quality of the broads water, and owl pellet dissection to identify what smaller animals the owl had eaten. Children worked in teams learning the historical art of thatching and explored the rivers and marshes by boat.
Due to the glorious weather enjoyed all week, the children spent the largest part of their time outside and the evenings were taken up with some very competitive games of football and rounders which were battled out between staff and children, staff came second!!!!!
Please visit our photo gallery to see some of the photographs taken on the trip.
Published on: 5th June 2017