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Pupils enjoyed some activities before enjoying a variety of activities and learning many new skills at Debdale Outdoor Activity Club today! https://t.co/bt473eHkU4

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Year 12 pupils thoroughly enjoyed participating in a mock trial today with witnesses, a jury, and Paul Dockery kindly attending from St John Street Chambers to judge. Thank you very much to Paul for his time and well done to all the pupils who participated! https://t.co/scEUtSIDpT

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This afternoon, the weather turned in our favour and our groups had excellent sessions on the water (sailing and windsurfing) and on land (climbing) at Plas Menai. Tonight is a film night, followed by some packing before our return tomorrow. https://t.co/sOf1NZd2VS

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An amazing day at for our Racquets Academy boys! Many thanks to Jules, Jonny, Chi and Matt C for all their help in getting today organised. Expert squash and tennis coaching in the morning followed by match play and fun tournaments in the afternoon! https://t.co/qQIjcQ25Rt

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Today, Borrowdale campers have been checking out the views of Derwent Water and have also circled Crummock Water, with lots of varying weather throughout the day! https://t.co/lUKYM9PA2q

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All our Plas Menai groups were out on the water this morning: sailing, rafted canoeing and stand up paddle boarding. You could hear the laughter floating across the water for miles! https://t.co/UCzProBXpt

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Pupils have been enjoying a day of rowing in the sunshine on Manchester Ship Canal - well done to everyone for their progress! https://t.co/thLLKn8q2j

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Pupils have been enjoying a range of activities today at Trafford Watersports Centre and there’s lots more still yet to come in the next couple of days…thank you to all the instructors and all pupils are looking forward to more fun tomorrow! https://t.co/sWCqkkZnIN

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We've had a fantastic day ! We viewed everyone's favourite animals and enjoyed looking for Ms Losse's mystery animal. 🐗🦒🐘 https://t.co/FGBeC2otVc

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Edinburgh Castle was the location for this morning’s exploration. One group particularly enjoyed the changing of the guard - great to see shirts tucked in and shoes polished! Whilst very prompt, not sure the ‘Time Gun’ should replace the school bell anytime soon 💥 https://t.co/CLG6ElOOmk

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The “Writing Manchester” group have been writing poetry on Anthony Burgess’ typewriter at the Foundation today, and playing his harpsichord. They also enjoyed time at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House yesterday! https://t.co/zTT65TrWbl

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Pupils are continuing to enjoy a variety of at Bassenthwaite including kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding and dinghy sailing! https://t.co/KyDYOFeJHJ

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Well done to the first three pupils who have now reached the top of the main slope at Chill Factore! https://t.co/yE6hEPKduu

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Pupils have been enjoying doing raft building in the sunshine on the River Wye as part of Wye Camp - well done everyone! https://t.co/QgmUc4BNXc

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A fantastic trip on the East Lancs Railway, giving pupils an insight into engineering of the past - a train trip and museum visit. https://t.co/Z6dfFsm3gP

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Year 7 and 8 groups have been enjoying programming Maqueen bots this morning! https://t.co/8KDIrJPOyX

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U12/13 Tour update: Watching Day 4 action between & at New Road before heading to . Thanks to for their hospitality and two excellent T20 fixtures yesterday. https://t.co/Vrt2Ylc0uU

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This week, with camps underway, thoughts have turned to Podex - an unusual sport played by MGS and a handful of other organisations. To read more on the history of this "cross between cricket and baseball" follow this link: https://t.co/9V8i0crLg5

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Podex, a staple of camps and described as "a cross between baseball and cricket" - then (c. 1930) and now (c. 2006) https://t.co/DASXXk4tSA

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Next up is our Christmas comedy, ‘The Flint Street Nativity’. A cast of Lower School boys revisit their primary school nativity play with plenty of Christmas carols and festive fun. Expect squabbles, mishaps and silliness! https://t.co/JEpBbIrCHZ

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