Bolton School Infants

Infants Enjoy Outdoor Adventure Learning

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Y2 pupils at Bolton School Infant School enjoyed a day of outdoor adventure learning at the Anderton Centre near Chorley. Class teacher Mrs Clarke reflected: “We did some den building and the girls and boys really liked a low ropes course, the climbing wall and canoeing. The children were a pleasure to be with and this was a lovely end of year trip for them and us!”

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