Becontree Primary School

It has been a full on week at Trewern with pupils from Becontree Primary School. High winds and driving rain have persisted all week making every activity just that little bit more challenging. The year 6 pupils weren’t put off by the added difficulty though and it certainly helped them focus on their teamwork! The…

The Leys Primary School

Well done all the pupils from The Leys who worked especially hard this week to get the most from their course. Whether they were canoeing or climbing, orienteering or washing up, they gave as much as they could and then gave a little bit more for good measure. It is lovely to work with children…

One Borough Show

          Barking and Dagenham celebrating 50 years as a borough. Trewern staff joined the celebrations on Saturday at the ‘One Borough Show’. Thanks to the British Caving Association for the loan of their artificial cave – hundreds of children tried out their caving skills during the day.

Robert Clack Cricket Tour

What a great couple of days, last weekend – Robert Clack Cricket Tour. Practice in the grounds, two matches played against local teams, a day canoeing/kayaking on Saturday and still time to squeeze in a gorge walk on Sunday evening. Fantastic weekend lads!

Trinity School

Another fantastic week with the pupils and staff from Trinity School. Everyone pulled out all the stops to make sure this was one of the best Trinity weeks ever. Although the weather was a bit hit and miss, the level of commitment and achievement was brilliant to say the least. A special thanks for the…

Godwin Primary School

Godwin Primary children once again showed what they were made of during their stay at Trewern. There aims were to be resilient, work together and try something knew and I can say with confidence that every child worked extremely hard to achieve these goals. Thank you boys and girls for such a fun week. Also,…

Oratory School

Another fantastic Oratory weekend has come and gone. The lads worked really hard to get the most out of their action packed stay. These early risers really knew how to make the most of a day and no corner of the cave was left unexplored and every capsize opportunity was embraced. More of the same…

Richard Alibon School

Over 40 children from Richard Alibon school have just departed, having had an action packed few days at the Centre. Lots of wet stuff, to cool off on sticky, sunny days. Well done all – real progression with personal and social skills with lots of fun along the way.

Beam Primary School

Pupils from Beam Primary school visited us for a whirlwind of adventure over the weekend. They arrived at lunchtime on Friday as excited as could be so we whisked them straight off gorge walking to use up some of that energy. We had no trouble with enthusiasm from either pupils or staff and within only…