JRCS GCSE PE

We’ve had a superb week with a group of year 10 students from JRCS (the second group this term!) focusing on Outdoor and Adventurous Activities for GCSE PE. Everyone took part in archery and was given the choice of either orienteering or climbing as their main activity. It was a week packed to the brim…

JRCS Geography Trip 2016

This week has seen Trewern welcome Year 10 Geographers from Jo Richardson Community School. Despite mixed weather (think Crowded House -Four Seasons in One Day), we managed to do everything we set out to, including a day’s physical geography fieldwork on the River Caerfanell (in the snow, wind, rain and sun) followed by  visit to the…

St Margaret’s Church of England Primary School

Adventure and excitement are always a feature of a St Margaret’s course, and this year was no exception. The children tried so hard and their efforts resulted in a fantastic week. We had to tackle some severe weather as well but nothing seemed to dampen the children’s enthusiasm and commitment. Well done children, and a…

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…

John Perry Primary School

Excellent week with John Perry students and staff. Wild weather, but that didn’t stop our tough little visitors from having a fabulous time. Great opportunities to hone their understanding of physical geography,  navigate in the hills, and to excel physically on bikes, in canoes or in the climbing wall. 

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…