Poulton Lancelyn Residentials
Part of our CARE values at school are to explore new interests and raise aspirations, and a key element that contributes to this is learning outside of the classroom. Learning outside the classroom can help teachers create enthusiasm for learning, provide a real-world context and expose students to a range of STEM careers. Students who experience learning outside the classroom benefit from increased self-esteem and become more engaged in their education
This year, we have expanded our outdoor learning provision by implementing our Forest School programme and introducing our Year Two Barnstondale experience to add to the Year Six residential that occurs annually each summer. 
Year 4
April 2021
Year 4 had a fantastic day filled with challenge and adventure at Barnstondale. The children worked in groups to face their fears, challenge themselves and develop teamwork skills. Some of the activities that they took part in were: archery. climbing, abseiling, den building, team work games and building campfires. They surprised themselves with their determination and resilience, and had so much fun!