Enrichment Week – Day 2

Enrichment Week – Day 2

Scroll down to view a photo gallery of from day two of Enrichment Week at the Stamford Schools. See what the students got up to on day one here.

 

Y6 have been having lots of fun on their trip to PGL Caythorpe Court, with raft building, zip wires and giant high swings:

Y6 trip PGL Caythorpe Court today, raft building, zip wires and giant high swings.

 

Students in the Combined Cadet Force continued their summer camp, with field work, bushcraft, shooting and flight simulation: 

 

Stamford High School had a very royal visitor: 

Royal visitor to SHS

 

The SS Year 9 House Maths challenge got competitive, with Radcliffe taking the final win: 

 

Year 13 students have painted a Phoenix canvas for the Wellbeing room at Stamford High School: 

Many thanks to Raz, Emily, Caitlin, Molly and Lizzie for their work on this project.

Phoenix Painting - Wellbeing room SHS

 

Reception children visited the Stamford Meadows and even took a dip in the water: 

reception children enjoyed a walk along the Meadows 1

 

Sixth Form took part in self-defence workshops with ‘Streetwise Defence’: 

 

Year 8 tested their forensic skills in ‘The Stamford Mystery’….but who did kill ‘Sir Archibald Stamford’?

 

Year 8 and 9 pupils enjoyed a World War One workshop: 

 

Year Two were having time at the beach, visiting Hunstanton: 

Year Two have been in Sunny Hunny today

 

Year Four travelled to Wicken Fen – what do you think they found? 

 

Year five have been off on adventures including rock climbing: 

 

Year 10 were changing the colour of flames and seeing how much energy is produced from a jelly baby:

 

Students have been creating siege weapons over in the DT department – having just two hours to design and build their weapon, before attempting to destroy Mr Newton’s castle: 

For more photographs from this story, please click here.

Y9 siege engine challenge

 

Year 10 were busy baking chocolate chip cookies:

 

Year 9 enjoyed a morning of music, creating a hip-hop backing track, an hour of singing, followed by writing rap lyrics and recording their rap: 

 

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