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OFSTED Inspection, November 2018

FINAL REPORT

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Guernsey 2014

Herm Island
The day started with Miss Meally's duty group serving up breakfast to the rest of the camp, which went down very well as we all anticipated the long day ahead. Then began the usual rowdy minibus journeys to St Peter Port where we all caught the ferry across to Herm island. Sun cream was applied all round as the sun was shining once again, however, this did not impact the freezing temperature of the sea. The first beach we visited was Belvoir Bay, which was enclosed by a beautiful cliff face. Of course, we couldn't resist running into the sea after watching Mr Stacey and Mr Stevenson lead the way. We then moved on to Shell Beach ( which was surprisingly full of shells). Competitions started to find the most exotic shells and who could create the best sand sculptures. Winners are yet to be announced. Finally, we visited Fisherman's Beach where we all enjoyed a BBQ made by the advanced boys despite the lack of tomato ketchup. After arriving back to camp, spirits were still high as we enjoyed a game of football, which ended another great day.
Alice Evans, Jessica Murphy and Aurora Maxwell
(Advanced girls)

Sunday Mass 13th July 2014
On Sunday we began our day with Mass at the beautiful St Joseph's Catholic Church in St Peter's Port. It was lovely to see so many of our students taking up a number of pews in Church and we were made to feel very welcome by Canon Michael and the local parishioners, joining them after Mass for a cup of tea. Well done to Benedict and Katelyn for serving on the altar and to all the students for their perfect behaviour, which was commented upon by a number of locals.

In the afternoon, after we returned from Petit Bot beach and said our goodbyes to Mr Tinsley, we welcomed Mr Robinson and joined as a community for a prayer service where each duty group wrote their own bidding prayers and staff offered their reflections on what Guernsey has meant to them. It was a fitting way to end the day.
Mr Miastowski

Target Review Day - Guernsey Style
Hello from a very sunny Guernsey!

Today we would have been in school for target review day for a 15 interview with our form tutors, but instead we did something a little bit more fun!

Breakfast was sausage, scrambled egg and beans, with cereal too for those of us who were extra hungry and then we headed to the beautiful L'Ancresse Bay where we enjoyed sea, sand and sunshine! To make our trip to the beach even more memorable, tremors were felt and Mr Stacey was soaked by the ensuing 1 foot waves caused by the Channel Islands earthquake!

We enjoyed the rest of our day at the Beau Sejur leisure centre - although our time in the swimming pool was shortlived. However we made the most of the sports facilities including games of tennis and squash.

Dinner was flown in especially for us from the other side of the world - Chinese chicken! Served to us by Mr Tinsley's duty team, the selection of sweet and sour and black bean chicken was delicious.

We are now enjoying an evening of sports and a game of soft ball on the fields in the sunshine. Hope that all are safe ad well at home.

Check in again soon.
Katie M x
Hello from sunny Guernsey
Just our first update since arriving on Tuesday safe and sound. All is going well and the students have settled into camp very well. We have had an action packed day at the Scout headquarters with all the students participating in archery, shooting, climbing and high ropes. We have included some photos to show you what fun the students have been having.

Mr Howes' duty group have fed us a lovely meal of lasagne on day one and today Mr Flanders is in the cook tent with his team serving up jacket potatoes and chilli.

We look forward to posting photos and stories of our adventures very soon.
Mr Stephenson and Mr Stacey
(Camp Leaders Guernsey 2014)

Hello all
We arrived nice and safely yesterday after a long day. The weather has been good to us and we have enjoyed lots of sunshine today. The camp is taking shape and will be looking good on Tuesday in anticipation of the arrival of the year 7 students.
Mr Stacey
Advanced Party Guernsey
It's that time of year again, the advanced party are on their travels to Guernsey to set up camp before the main party arrive on Tuesday. The weather is perfect for the ducks. Please pray for a safe journey and better weather..
Alan, James and Rich


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