Pupils aim sky-high on activity trip
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Pupils from Norwich Primary Academy tackled high-altitude activities on an adventurous school trip last week.
The Year 6 pupils tested their head for heights on the climbing wall during a visit to Kingswood activity centre in Overstrand, north Norfolk.
They also took on the 'Jacob's ladder' high ropes challenge, working together to climb a series of giant rungs with ever-increasing gaps.
Other highlights of the week's action-packed schedule included 15-a-side volleyball and a hike up one of Norfolk's most famous hills – the 207m Beeston Bump.
Teacher Angela Neal said: 'The trip is a fantastic way for our Year 6s to kick off their last year at our school.
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'Along with the opportunity to try new activities, they've really boosted their confidence, teamwork, and communication skills.'
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