Water was the unifying theme for the Third Form Curriculum Enrichment Week. Pupils spent two weeks exploring watery ideas in all areas of the curriculum and then went on to wallow in the wet stuff!
A carousel of activities led pupils through fly fishing for their supper at Bushey Mede Fishery to learning bush craft skills suitable for wet environs. Pupils built, and paddled, their own canoes using willow, tubing, tarpaulin and rope and rather too much gaffer tape in some cases. Another sunny day was spent paddling katakanus along the 10 mile course from Radcot to Newbridge, negotiating the three locks along the route.
The week culminated in a trip to Lee Valley White Water Centre to raft along the Olympic Course. Spills and thrills were the order of the day.