The Queen’s School enjoy unforgettable adventure at Tattenhall

Posted on 30th Apr 2024 in School News, School Trips

Year 3 pupils at The Queen’s School in Chester enjoyed a whirlwind of adventure, camaraderie, and personal growth on their residential trip to Tattenhall.

From the get-go, the girls eagerly threw themselves into a myriad of activities, from team building exercises to marshmallow toasting around the campfire. Each activity was carefully designed to challenge them and push them out of their comfort zones, and they rose to the occasion with gusto.

One of the highlights was witnessing the joy on their faces as they conquered obstacles like tree climbing and zip lines. It was a testament to their determination and resilience, as they surpassed their own expectations with each accomplishment.

Throughout the entire trip, the girls exemplified the values of their school and families. Their enthusiasm, teamwork, and good behaviour did not go unnoticed by the staff at Tattenhall, who were thoroughly impressed by their conduct.

Each pupil's achievements during this residential showcase not only their individual growth, but also the strength of their collective spirit as they supported one another to achieve incredible things.