Year 5 arrived safely at Derwent Hill on Tuesday and, after a quick bite to eat, were split into three teams to complete a range of exciting activities.
Team 1 took canoes out onto Derwent Water and completed challenges such as 'Finding Nemo'.
Team 2 conquered the death swing and low ropes course.
Team 3 went gorge scrambling at Honister and, it's safe to say, they got quite wet!
Pupils had another fantastic day in the Lake District filled with fun, energy and adventure.
After a hearty breakfast, team 1 carried out a mountain hike in Whinlatter forest taking in the sights and sounds of their surroundings as they walked. After a quick lunch pit-stop, the excitement continued with a scramble up the gorge at Honister.
Team 2 went gorge scrambling at Honister, overcoming fearful challenges on their way up to the top and getting very wet in the process! In the afternoon pupils canoed through thunderous conditions to make their way across the lake.
Team 3 battled their way across the water in their canoes all the way across the lake. In the afternoon, the group overcame their fears on the death swing, making incredible memories on the way.
After a fun-filled day, the whole group came together to walk into Keswick. The pupils rewarded themselves with a gorgeous ice-cream from the staff’s favourite shop in Keswick - Gelato Casa Bella!
The final day at Derwent Hill was another busy one with team 1 challenging themselves on the death swing. Team 2 had a blustery walk up Kitten Bells and team 3 battled the conditions to navigate their way up Binsey.
It has been a fantastic few days, everyone has enjoyed their adventures at Derwent Hill.