The Trust works closely with the University to provide a range of enrichment opportunities for our pupils. Activities included forest schools and outdoor education programmes, such as rock climbing and caving. Several pupils visited the University campus at Chichester this year to enjoy a day which involved a range of adventurous outdoor activities with staff and students from the Institute of Sport at the University.

Pupils Feedback

“I really liked the caving activity because it showed that I can work in small places and interact well with my team.” Diamie, Arundel Court Primary 

"Thank you for letting us come. I like especially rock climbing . I would like to  come again to keep  persevering because you  made me confident and it  has helped me to keep on trying. It has changed my life." Liberty, Berewood Primary School  

"Thank you for making us have such a wonderful time on Monday and Thursday. It’s been such a memorable time and I hope I would be able to go there again. I will recommend your university to my friends saying "If I were you, I would go to the University of Chichester" and hopefully that will be my University." Bella Roe, Berewood Primary School

"I enjoyed all of the activities that we did: rock climbing, outdoor activities and all the teamwork. My favourite activity was the one at the end, the one with the ropes."  Ariana I, Highbury Primary School

"A once in a lifetime opportunity of FUN!" Florence, Kingsham Primary School

 "I enjoyed going on the rock climbing wall because there was different ways of getting on the wall and up the wall. My favourite part of the afternoon was when we made mud monsters because we had it all over our hands." James G, The Flying Bull Academy