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Year 8 Residential June 2010 Why Experience being away from home and school Learn new skills Experience one of the most beautiful areas in England Bond with members of their community Challenge themselves Neptune/Mercury Sunday 20 June 2010 Leave John Cabot Academy Car park 2.00pm

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Why
  • Experience being away from home and school
  • Learn new skills
  • Experience one of the most beautiful areas in England
  • Bond with members of their community
  • Challenge themselves
travel arrangements
Neptune/Mercury

Sunday 20 June 2010

Leave John Cabot Academy Car park 2.00pm

Arrive at Biblins Youth Campsite 3.30pm

Please bring a packed tea.

Wednesday 23 June 2010

Leave Biblins Youth Campsite 11.00am

Arrive at John Cabot Academy Main Car park 12.30pm

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Saturn/Jupiter

Wednesday 23 June 2010

Leave John Cabot Academy 1.00pm

Arrive at Biblins Youth Camp Site 2.30pm

Please bring a packed tea.

Saturday 26 June 2010

Leave Biblins Youth Camp Site 11.30am

Arrive at John Cabot Academy Main Car Park 1.00pm

Travel Arrangements
staff
Staff
  • Julian Wilson -Camp organiser / Climbing Instructor
  • Chris Hall / Steve Church - SLT
  • Claire Fudge / Emily Middleton - Learning Coordinator
  • Sarah Church / Me! - Learning Coordinator
  • Lorna Wright - Climbing Instructor
  • Lea Knight - Chef
  • Tanya Green - Sous Chef
  • Dave Penrose - Mountain Biking Instructor
  • Matt Knight - Mountain Biking Instructor
  • Sarah Crowsley - Climbing Instructor
  • Kevin Milburn - Kayak Instructor Level 2
  • Sam Harrison / Rob Miles
  • Matt Leek / Joe Ludlow
camp expectations
TENTS

Tents are to be used for sleeping in, not as a social area.

No one is allowed into any tents other than their own.

No wet or muddy shoes to be worn in the tents.

No litter in or around the tents. Each area will have its own rubbish bag.

No one to touch or play with anyone else’s belongings.

No games to be played near the tents.

Any damage must be reported immediately to prevent further damage.

CAMP SITE

No litter to be left anywhere on the campsite. Litter bins to be used at all times.

No student to leave the campsite without permission.

No chewing gum.

Respect others

SLEEPING and MEAL TIMES

Lights out at 10.30pm.

Students must stay in their tent after lights out until 7.30am except in an emergency.

Students must be on time for meals.

Each group will be responsible for its own washing up.

The duty team for that meal will be responsible for laying up tables and washing up cooking utensils and staff crockery etc.

GENERAL

No radios, unless they have headphones. It is not recommended that you bring jewellery or items of value.

PSPs/MP3 players are anti social and are not encouraged.

Students drinking alcohol or smoking, while on the residential will be sent home immediately.

Students who are unable to follow the instructions of staff will be sent home

Camp Expectations
kit list
Sleeping Bag

Wash Bag

Warm Jumper

Swimming Costume

Towels

Waterproof Jacket

Spare Shoes/trainers

T-shirts

Shorts

Trousers

Underwear

Sun Hat and cream

Torch

Tea Towel

Polythene bags to put wet clothes in

Cup and bottle for drink

Cake (to be shared with everyone – put in kitchen)

Toilet Roll

Mug

EXTRA EQUIPMENT FOR ACTIVITIES

Old trainers

T-shirts & shorts

Small ruck sac/bag for the walk

Footwear for kayaking

OPTIONAL EXTRAS

Camera

Spending money (for tuck shop)

Kit List
daily programme
Daily Programme
  • 7.30 am Wake up call
  • 8.30 am Breakfast
  • 9.30 am Activities
  • Kayaking Group to walk to launch point
  • Walking Group set off on their hike
  • Mountain Bikers saddle up
  • Climbing Group set off to the rock
  • 1.00 pm Packed Lunches
  • 2.00 pm Activities
  • Kayaking Group to walk to launch point
  • Walking Group set off on their hike
  • Mountain Bikers saddle up
  • Climbing Group set off to the rock
  • 5.30 pm Arrive back at camp
  • 6.00 pm Evening Meal
  • 7.00 pm Evening entertainment
  • 9.30 pm Cocoa & Biscuits
  • 10.00 pm Bed Time
  • 10.30 pm Lights Out
  • 11pmNo Noise
finally
Finally
  • Contact with the outside world