Exciting Adventures at Years 5 & 6 Camp in the Norfolk Broads

This year’s camp for Heritage Year 5 and 6 pupils was a memorable outdoor adventure set against the beautiful backdrop of the Norfolk Broads. Led by Mr Fox and supported by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, the three-day camp was filled with outdoor activities, team-building exercises, and plenty of fun. Activities included paddleboarding down the serene River Bure, testing limits with climbing challenges, sailing on Barton Broad, a geocaching treasure hunt, and building shelters in the wild. As the sun set, everyone gathered for a hearty dinner before engaging in an epic game of capture the flag, wrapping up the day with hot chocolate around the campfire.

The pupils were expertly cared for by a team including Mrs Watkins, Mr Campbell, Mr Dalton, Miss Innes, Mrs Bracegirdle, Mr Bonsor-Matthews, Mr Romans, and Mr Smye. Their combined efforts ensured a safe, enjoyable, and educational experience for all the campers. This year’s camp left pupils with new skills, strengthened friendships, and a deeper appreciation for the great outdoors.