This, our final adventure in orienteering required us to follow a course of written bearings to find hidden markers. Because we were unable to see the next marker, we relied on the accuracy of our compass skills and pacings. Well done Y5, you have successfully completed all of the challenges and are now ready to […]Read more "Finding hidden markers"
This week saw Y5 take to the wide open spaces of the school grounds where they took bearings and used the leap-frogging technique to navigate between orienteering markers. Now that the relevant skills have been honed, they will be following bearings to find markers that have been hidden.Read more "Stepping out"
What a fabulous backstage tour we had today at The Everyman Theatre. The children learnt about the history of the theatre and what it would have been like in Victorian Times before going backstage and seeing the dressing rooms, costume department and the workshops where people were busy preparing for the up coming pantomime. I […]Read more "Everyman Backstage Tour"
A lovely autumnal day for orienteering! Today we revisited the taking of a bearing before finding out how many of our paces cover a distance of ten metres. We tried out the technique of ‘leap frogging’, heading off on a bearing in order to navigate safely away from an imaginary cliff edge. This technique requires […]Read more "How to Leapfrog"