Ullswater Day Two

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Francis
Today Francis caught a bus to Angle Tarn after donning the safety equipment collected from the store, the pupils proceeded up the gorge to the waterfall. Each child navigated the narrow ridges and boulders supporting each other using ropes and the ever helpful, Roman Handshake. The children behaved impeccably and worked fabulously as team.

Shackleton
The group took the speed boat across the lake before boarding the Steamer from Howtown to Aira Force National Park. We ascended many steps to get a view of this amazing waterfall and then walked back to the centre via a very rocky mountain path and another forest before finally walking down a 'very long' road. After leaving the centre at 9.30am we returned to the centre at 4.30pm exhausted but very proud of our achievements.

Mallory

Today Mallory caught a minibus to Glennriding Dodd. Here we navigated our way up the rocky mountain and back down again. We stopped at intervals for a much needed rest and worked really well as a team to make sure we were all safe. The views were absolutely amazing!

Johnson

Today Johnson caught a speed boat across Ullswater to Howtown. Once kitted up we continued on a trek along the coastal path to a forest. Once in the forest we undertook a sensory game and had to locate coloured objects that match our cards. We enjoyed a lovely picnic overlooking Ullswater Lake. Once back at Howtown we tunnelled through the centres narrow tunnels. We used many BLP skills.

Scott and Hilary
Today these groups went to Cold Cove to gorge walk. The children worked collaboratively to help each other through the gorge. The children have to be spotters, anchors and supporters using Roman Shakes. Once we reached the top, some children had showers in the waterfall.

Tenzing
Today we got a power boat across the lake and then walked to one of the highest points overlooking Ullswater; Hellin Fell.  The views were amazing. After this we walked down through a wood of Oak trees and some of us did a barefoot walk. It felt great! We then worked collaboratively in pairs to identify trees while one of the pair was blindfolded. We used many of our BLP skills.

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