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Our Treasure Hunt Cudmore Grove Country Park...

Now the good weather has changed and summer is now here, our Tutor decided to test our team working skills and communication with an organised trip to Mersea Island to Cudmore grove Country Park to take part in a Treasure hunt....

So on Thursday 23rd may, yet again we had to take our learning outside because of the "polling station". Before reading on though we must stress that although we had fun our trip out made us think on our feet literally....

As a group we visited Cudmore Grove country park where unbeknown to us our tutor Laurie with the Support of our Emma hid stashes of little treats. We were tasked off in pairs and given a map of the park and a list of carefully thought out clues as to where our treasure was hidden, although we read the clues and thought we were on the right track, the treasure proved very elusive and we literally were worn out trying to retrieve our loot.

In the end we all made it back safe, unscathed and in our pairs we had gone in to form back our whole group again. Because of this we were rewarded our comical and sweet bounty well earned, owing to demonstrating effective teamwork, communication skills, Initiative and tenacity. We all had fun learning as well ( Tyler and Sam)

Scott and Chris

During last Thursday 23rd, we have done some treasure hunting in the country park. We did managed to do solving clues all around the park during the day, some of us didn't win but none of this is like a race to see who will win or lose.


Our Treasure Hunt Cudmore Grove Country Park...

Now the good weather has changed and summer is now here, our Tutor decided to test our team working skills and communication with an organised trip to Mersea Island to Cudmore grove Country Park to take part in a Treasure hunt....

So on Thursday 23rd may, yet again we had to take our learning outside because of the "polling station". Before reading on though we must stress that although we had fun our trip out made us think on our feet literally....

As a group we visited Cudmore Grove country park where unbeknown to us our tutor Laurie with the Support of our Emma hid stashes of little treats. We were tasked off in pairs and given a map of the park and a list of carefully thought out clues as to where our treasure was hidden, although we read the clues and thought we were on the right track, the treasure proved very elusive and we literally were worn out trying to retrieve our loot.

In the end we all made it back safe, unscathed and in our pairs we had gone in to form back our whole group again. Because of this we were rewarded our comical and sweet bounty well earned, owing to demonstrating effective teamwork, communication skills, Initiative and tenacity. We all had fun learning as well ( Tyler and Sam)

Scott and Chris

During last Thursday 23rd, we have done some treasure hunting in the country park. We did managed to do solving clues all around the park during the day, some of us didn't win but none of this is like a race to see who will win or lose.


Our Treasure Hunt Cudmore Grove Country Park...

Now the good weather has changed and summer is now here, our Tutor decided to test our team working skills and communication with an organised trip to Mersea Island to Cudmore grove Country Park to take part in a Treasure hunt....

So on Thursday 23rd may, yet again we had to take our learning outside because of the "polling station". Before reading on though we must stress that although we had fun our trip out made us think on our feet literally....

As a group we visited Cudmore Grove country park where unbeknown to us our tutor Laurie with the Support of our Emma hid stashes of little treats. We were tasked off in pairs and given a map of the park and a list of carefully thought out clues as to where our treasure was hidden, although we read the clues and thought we were on the right track, the treasure proved very elusive and we literally were worn out trying to retrieve our loot.

In the end we all made it back safe, unscathed and in our pairs we had gone in to form back our whole group again. Because of this we were rewarded our comical and sweet bounty well earned, owing to demonstrating effective teamwork, communication skills, Initiative and tenacity. We all had fun learning as well ( Tyler and Sam)

Scott and Chris

During last Thursday 23rd, we have done some treasure hunting in the country park. We did managed to do solving clues all around the park during the day, some of us didn't win but none of this is like a race to see who will win or lose.