What a treat! Snow at Leeson House! Luckily we studied animal footprints last night so we could easily spot the deer, fox and badger tracks in the snow this morning. We thoroughly enjoyed our snowball fights and we did in fact, build a snowman. To finish off an amazing trip, we had a chilly walk more »
What a treat! An opportunity to design and create our own souvenir T-Shirt from Leeson House, 2019! Completed in between purchases from the extensive gift shop and fun times catching up with friends in our bedrooms, what a busy day!
Another fantastic day in the world of adventure at Leeson House! What a resilient bunch we are, it was very cold at Corfe Castle but everybody enjoyed themselves and learnt something new without complaining about chilly fingers and toes. We heard about murder, cannibalism and betrayal – all in one building! We explored the grounds more »
Year 4 are having a great time at Leeson House. The camera never lies!
We had a brilliant day out in Bath yesterday. It was worth the very early start. David Walliams was very funny and entertaining for both children and adults as he talked about being a children’s author for 10 years. He read a story about Windy Mindy from his book The World’s Worst Children and also more »
The children in year 6 were evacuated today! Dressed in authentic looking costumes (the accompanying adults which included Mrs Randall and Mrs Polkinhorne were also dressed in 1940’s attire) they were sent to their new homes for the duration of World War Two. Some were anxious as they were unsure if they would ever see more »
Wow Team Reception! We have well and truly been immersed into the sea life of a Pirate today! We have explored a Pirate’s possessions, investigated treasures from around the world, been on a treasure hunt through a ship, hoisted sails, hauled anchors, climbed rigging, steered ships, survived a storm on board and worked really well more »
A HUGE WELL DONE to all the choir who performed at the Pavilion last night, singing songs from the musicals. You really did ‘sing your socks off’. It was BRILLIANT. The hairs on the back of my head stood up. Really proud of you all. Well done Mr Price
Today was our final day and what a thrilling exciting day it was. The children were split into two groups and one half did sailing in the morning whilst the other group did the climbing wall, abseiling and tunnelling. After lunch they swopped over. The majority of children were apprehensive about certain aspects of today’s more »
WARNING – IF YOU DO NOT LIKE SNAKES DO NOT LOOK AT THE PICTURES!!!! Day two was our visit to Longleat. We had to leave earlier today as we had a long journey ahead of us. Due to traffic we arrived a little later than we wanted to for our Safari Guide around Longleat, but more »