King's St Alban's

14 September

Aztec Adventure for Year 4

Our Year 4 children have started off the autumn term on the right foot, by getting active and adventurous at Aztec Adventure, Lower Moor in Pershore.

The children loved spending the morning trying their hand at watersports on the Aztec Adventure’s clear, spring-fed lake. Once children were comfortable in their kayaks and katakanus, we couldn’t help but have a friendly race to see who could go the fastest. Nearly everyone managed to stay (fairly) dry!  

The day was finished off with a delicious picnic in the beautiful surroundings of the Lower Moor at Aztec Adventure, and then back to school for even more team building and ‘getting to know you’ games.

We love hosting school trips and residential adventures at King’s St Alban’s. We believe that they provide experiences to enrich our children’s learning and have a profoundly positive impact on their well-being. Friendships are made and strengthened as the children embrace freedom; memories of which can last a lifetime.

Our current programme of trips really does enrich our curriculum and helps to foster curiosity and the desire to learn in our children. We make full use of the beautiful Worcestershire countryside. Further afield, we make use of our own outdoor activity centre, the Old Chapel, and our Year 6 pupils embrace the opportunity to visit Normandy to practise their French, experience the culture, and broaden their minds.