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Outdoor Eco Adventures

Students enjoyed a trip to the Pembrokeshire coast, learning about local conservation and sustainability initiatives.

Forty pupils from Year 9 and 10 embarked on an 4-day adventure to St Davids, Britain’s smallest city, exploring the stunning coastline with morning runs, sunset walks and coasteering, which involved some intrepid cliff-jumping, swell-riding and rock-hopping. Pupils immersed themselves in local conservation and sustainability projects, learning about kelp farming, coastal ecosystems, and the role that insects might play in a more sustainable future.

The highlight for many was a boat trip to Ramsey Island – where they saw seals, kittiwakes, fulmars, guillemots and razorbills – and evening marshmallow roasting round the campfire. The trip was run by Flooglebinder, a B Corp sustainable travel company; like all our school trips, travel was carbon offset.

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