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Year 6 Residential. Manor Adventure Abernant Lake Hotel Powys, Wales 18th -21st March 2013. Adventure Activities Licensing Authority. License Registration Number L7608/R1577. Itinerary. Depart Mon 18.03.2013 between 9-9.30, Please be at school at 8.15.

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year 6 residential

Year 6 Residential

Manor Adventure

Abernant Lake Hotel

Powys, Wales

18th -21st March 2013

Adventure Activities Licensing Authority

License Registration Number L7608/R1577


Depart Mon 18.03.2013 between 9-9.30, Please be at school at 8.15.

2 planned stops: 1 for lunch, 1 toilet break. (Please provide a packed lunch.)

Arrive at Aberrant Lake Hotel approximately 3pm.

who is going
Who is going?

Mr Hay

Miss Richards

Mr Henry

Miss Palmer

Miss Rubenstein

Mrs Billington

Miss McInroy


Children will be asked to nominate 3 children they would like to share a room with.

Separate sleeping quarters for boys and girls.

10pm curfew/Nightly patrols

Children will need to take responsibility for belongings/tidy area.

At no point will a child stay in a room alone.


En suite showers – Need to be kept clean.

Daily showers.

Deodorant – Roll on only.


A hot breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided in an on-site restaurant.

Vegetarian and Halal options.

Children who refuse to eat adequately may be prevented from taking part in activities on the grounds of safety.

health and safety
Health and Safety

Each Manor Adventure instructor on-site is fully trained in first-aid.

24 hour Welfare room

Miss Richards will oversee the taking of all regular medication for the girls and Mr Hay for the boys.

All instructors are first aid trained and carry 2 way radios.

Full risk assessments have been carried out.

activities daily routine
Activities & Daily Routine

7.30 Rise and shine

8.00 Breakfast

9-10.30 Activity Session 1

10.30 -10.50 Break

10.50 – 12.20 Activity Session 2

12.20 – 13.40 lunch time

13.40 – 15.10 Activity Session 3

15.10 – 15.30 Break

15.30 – 17.00 Activity Session 4

17.15 – 19.00 Evening meal/Free Time

19.00 – 20. 30 Activity Session 5

20.30 – 21.00 School Activity

21.00-22.00 Free Time

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Activities & Daily Routine

19 activities over the five days, accompanied at all times by a staff member and led by trained instructor(s).

The children will be given their groups in writing a week before the trip.

10-11 per group.

what to bring
What to bring


Clothing for 8-10 days in one piece of medium luggage and a day pack/rucksack.

Should be suitable for outdoor activities – Not designer wear.

A set of clothing that will not be worn on activities.

Must have a set of waterproof outer clothing – Jacket and Trousers.

Footwear – Trainers, Walking boots and a pair of indoor only footwear.

Black Rubbish bag for dirty/wet clothing.

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What to bring

Bedding – Sleeping bag and pillow case.

Toiletries – Girls Sanitary Products.

Woollen hat, gloves and scarf.

Drink bottle, Torch/headlamp.

Snacks – Cereal bars, snack packs of popcorn etc.

Money - £5 in a Named, sealed envelope.

Packed lunch for the journey there. Packed lunch will be provided for the return journey.

rules and sanctions
Rules and Sanctions

Children will be expected to:

Follow all the rules of the centre.

Be on their best behaviour at all times.

Listen to and showing respect to all adults.

Follow the instructions closely at each activity. - This is especially important as it is a ‘Safety Issue’. Failure to do so may result in you missing an activity or in an extreme case, parents being called to come and collect you.

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Rules and Sanctions

Respect your peers personal property and space.

Respect the other schools that are there at the same time.

Keep your belongings and room tidy.

You are responsible for your belongings and actions.

10pm Curfew – Repeated infringements will result in children missing an activity.

No electronic games or cell phones.

No Jewellery – Watch only


“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”~ Mark Twain