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Langdon Academy

Langdon Academy: An all through education for ages 3-16

Executive Principal
Dr Dayo Olukoshi OBE
Principal
Peter Whittle

Year 6 Trip to the Isle of Wight

6.30pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

Coach is at Ilford Flyover - not long now!

Ms Bolt

5.45pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

It's looking like it will be 6.30pm! 

Ms Bolt

5.25pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

Latest update it's 6.10pm.  Gates to the school will be open at 6pm to allow you to drive in should you need to.

Ms Bolt

4.45pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

Traffic is slow on the M25 so it is looking like they will be here closer to 6pm. I will keep you updated as soon as I hear anything.

Ms Bolt

4.15pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

Estimated time of arrival is 5.30pm.  The coach is nearly at the M25.  Once we know what the traffic is like then we will know more.

Parents wishing to drive may come to the Barking Road Vehicle entrance and park in the car park behind the school.  Main reception closes at 5.30pm so if you arrive after this time you may have to wait until a member of the site team comes.

Ms Bolt

2.30pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

On the ferry! Portsmouth ahead!  Lets hope the traffic is good too!

Ms Bolt

1.30pm Wednesday 4th July 2018

They have departed!  Estimated time of arrival is 5pm (hopefully).  Please check this page for any updates at 4.30pm.

Ms Bolt

 

Wednesday 4th July 2018

They were up early for one more activity before departure.

 

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

After a lovely meal, a sing song around the camp fire and a good night's sleep the children had a jam packed day: climbing Jacob's Ladder; swinging on the Giant Swing; Quad Biking and then cooling on the lake for Dragon Racing.

There have been some nerves but everyone has given it a good go and persevered.  Here are a few photos to keep you going.  They are now off to get showered ready for the disco tonight.

Ms Bolt

 

Monday 2nd July 2018

The children arrived safe and well in the Isle of Wight.  They got to the ferry port in time to catch the 9.30am ferry much to the relief of everyone! All your efforts in getting up extra early were rewarded thank you.

They enjoyed their lunch on the beach in the beautiful sunshine and relaxed while the rest of us continued working hard in our hot classrooms.

Everyone unpacked and settled into their dormitories and went off to their first activity which was either the Challenge Course, Tunnel Trail, Giant Swing or Jacob's Ladder.

At the time of writing this update they were just getting out of their safety harness' and going to get ready for dinner at 6pm which is when I will start getting photos!  As soon as I have them I will upload them so that you can see what your child has been up to.

Ms Bolt