Parents Get Lost (or PGL as you may know it)!
PGL is a rite of passage for all prep pupils who are with us in Years 4 and 5. It is a much talked about topic throughout the year and the excitement builds as the week away from their parents draws closer. In the last week of June this year our brave pupils in Years 4 and 5 waved goodbye to their parents at the school on the Monday morning before travelling to PGL Liddington in Wiltshire.
PGL, which was originally established in 1957, is known by many as Parents Get Lost(!) and is named after the company's founder Peter Gordon Lawrence, and has been organising activity and adventure holidays for children ever since.
This year did not disappoint and the children managed to fit in quad biking, raft building, aerial trapeze, a game of aeroball, a sensory trail, trampolining and even a visit to Longleat Safari Park!
With so many exciting activities there are lots of photos to share which can be viewed on our Flickr page here.