PGL trip to Osmington Bay October 2010
28 students and three teachers went on a field studies weekend to Osmington Bay from 1-4 October. The focus was on both history and geography with trips out to Weymouth looking at the tourist industry and to Corfe Castle.
It also involved visiting Boscombe beach on the way to see the regeneration thanks to the surf reef. It absolutely poured down and the sea was very rough – so no need for a surf reef! We dried out by the time we arrived at Osmington and took part in wacky races on Friday evening.
Saturday night saw everyone playing a game called Ambush, in the pouring rain, in the dark. Mrs Godwin looked very fetching in a large black bin liner, and Mr Nichols was caught cheating by calling Miss Stevens’ phone to try and find the opposition in the dark!
On Sunday we went quad biking and abseiling and in the evening we had a disco. Before we left on Monday we also did aeroball and archery! No wonder everyone was tired when they got back!
A great time was had by all – the trip will run again next year so don’t miss out on a really fun weekend.