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Glaramara 7-3 and 7-6 Day 3

The start of day 3, a little rainy but nothing a brew won’t fix.

A morning in the mine, some very brave young ladies, well done.

The weather brightened up for the fell walk.

Some expert belaying and climbing.

The coach trip home, some very tired pupils and teachers. A rainbow cheered us all up though.

Back at school, parents and suitcases all lined up ready to go home. 

A great trip 7-3 and 7-6. Thank you for always being cheerful, getting involved in all the activities and looking after each other. I hope the rest of the week at school is just as fun.

Glaramara 7-3 and 7-6 Day 2

Another beautiful day, a great view.

Breakfast complete, time for some activities.

A successful morning on the fell.

Celebrating success.

Some time at the climbing wall.

A little bit of ghyll scrambling, but what is a ghyll?

Through the tunnel, not for the claustrophobic. 

Emerging from the dark.

Time to get wet.

Wee, down the slide.

Into the mines.

Time for a little competition, “orange roll”

Glaramara 7-3 and 7-6

The day started well as all waited excitedly for the coach

The coach journey was uneventful, more singing on the way back I hope.

A stop off at the best services in the UK- Tebay

Arrived safely at Glaramara to have our packed lunch.

Getting ready for activities, Mr Lovelady looking very fetching.

Summiting the fell, what is the definition of a mountain girls? Test on Friday…

A bit of tree hugging to guess its age.

Arriving at the climbing wall, no scared faces just yet.

Altrincham girls continuing to reach great heights.

These boots were made for walking and that’s what they’re going to do.

Glaramara is beautiful in the twilight.

  Night time activities exercising their grey matter.

The super full moon kept popping out for students to enjoy.

The winners of the night time activity, well done.

Time for hot chocolate next to a roaring fire and then to bed.