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Our Bushcraft / John Muir Award group finished off their course with an amazing 3 day campout at the Trees for Life bothy in Glen Affric. We planted trees, explored the local area, swam in the river and learned natural cordage. We were lucky enough to have some great weather and not too many midges. Well done to all who took part.
Beautiful Glen Affric
The Bushcraft Group
Owen is ready for action …
We didn’t forget Hedgie!
We all enjoyed the warm weather
Natural cordage with Rafia
Chandler is ready for bed
Out planting trees
Our pupils have been working hard with Mrs Maclean on a range of amazing craft projects. Have a look below at what they have been doing.
Well done to all staff and pupils who took part in the Sponsored Walk – particularly to Innes Neill and Miss Galleitch who ran the whole way!
The Support Department took a group of S4/S5 pupils for a day of outdoor activities. We had a visit to the Lifeboat Station at North Kessock followed by some dolphin watching at Chanonry Point.
We then went to Rosemarkie Beach for bushcraft activities. Everyone managed to light a fire using a firesteel.
We had a bit of time to relax by the sea.
Our Departmental mascot managed to toast a marshmallow!
James snapped some photos of our bamboo stick challenge.
Well done to all the participants for making it a great day out.
Well done to all those who participated in the HD Sports day. As always we had lots of great performances and plenty medals.
Charlotte Allan – Gold
Ross Halkett – Gold
Isabelle Huxtable Smith – Silver
Shannon Macpherson – Silver
Charlotte Allan – Silver
Seraphina Poulton – Bronze
Owen Taylor – Bronze
800m – Isabelle Huxtable Smith – Silver
Eve Grant – Gold
Ross Halkett – Silver
Both boys and girls teams won medals.
The current NCFE Bushcraft group have been working hard on a range of bushcraft activities. They are all looking forward to the campout in Glen Affric at the end of May.