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  • Important information: -

    Return your Activity Form and Parent Consent Form to the reception by Friday 26th January 2018

    Once your activities have been confirmed you can make payments on Parent Pay

    No cash or cheques will be accepted for this event

    A 30% deposit will be required by Friday 2nd March 2018

    Payment in full by Monday 4th June 2018

    Monday 2nd JulyFriday 6th July 2018

    Brannel School Challenge Week

    2018

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    General information Introduction .. 4 Health and Safety . 4 Arrangements for the Week 4 Educational Visits Terms & Conditions 5-7 What is Brannel Challenge? 8-9 All Week Activities Roadford Lake Outdoor Adventure Week ... 10 Greece Sports Tour 2018..... 10 A Taste of Spain ..... 10 2 or More Days Activities Create Your Own Band & Launch a CD .... 12 Create a Childrens Story . 13 Football Coaching with Plymouth Argyle FC.. 13 Surf Camp Brannel Style Polly Joke ..... 13 Lands End to Brannel Cycling Challenge . 14 OFF THE GRID - Shelter Box Charity Challenge 14 Alton TowersFace Your Fears ......... . 15 Health and Yoga Experience .. 15 A taste of London 16 Daily Activities in School Archery .... 17 Face Painting . 17 Minecraft... 17 KODU / Scratch Game Making .. 17 Cricket Coaching .... 17 Boat Building .. 18 Be a Journalist for a Day. 18 Ready, Steady, Cook!..... 18 Street Dance .... 19 Design and Make an Assault Course .. 19 Locked in a LabSecret Room .. 19 Daily Activities Out of School Ice Skating in Plymouth .. 20 Health and Yoga Experience ... 20 Sand Art on Newquay Beach .. 20 Ski, Snowboard and Snow Tubing 20 Longleat Safari & Adventure Park ... 21 Tree Surfing .. 21 Horse Riding ... 21

    Contents

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    Daily Activities Out of School Surfing, Land based Activities & BBQ ... 22 Water Sports Day @ Swanpool .... 22 Mount Hawke Skate Park . 22 Mountain Biking .. 23 Indoor Rock Climbing at Granite Planet...... 23 Gymnastics and Ibounce Day .. 24 Vintage Fairground Visit . 24 Wreck and Reef Deep Seas Fishing 24 Mackerel Fishing and Beach Games 24 Trelissick House & Gardens ....... 25 Cotele House & Gardens ........ 25 Lanhydrock House & Gardens ...... 25 St Michaels Mount .... 25 Glendurgan Gardens . 25 Paington Zoo 26 Flambards 26 A Day of Mystery . 26 Hall of CornwallA Theatre Experience . 26 Planning and Forms Notes .. 27 Activity Form 28 Parental Consent Form . 29

    Contents

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    Introduction The week is part of the schools enrichment curriculum and this week has been put together to allow all

    students the opportunity to try something new and to take the plunge into developing a skill or hobby

    that might stay with them for the rest of their lives. It will encourage them to work with other students

    from different Houses & year groups.

    Please note that all students must attend school during Challenge Week; it is NOT optional. It is part of

    the school term and so normal attendance must be maintained.

    The task of arranging a broad range of activities is not easy. It is important that second choice activities

    are selected in case activities are either overbooked or do not have the sufficient numbers to allow them

    to go ahead. Please make them different to the first choices.

    If you have any concerns relating to booking activities please, in the first instance ask your child to speak

    to their tutor, if this does not resolve the situation, please contact the school on 01726 822485 or email

    challengeweek@brannel.com

    Health & Safety In the process of organising the activities in this booklet, staff have paid great attention to health and

    safety. Where activities take place in potentially hazardous situation, tuition and supervision by trained

    and qualified instructors is provided. To this end it is important that the Parental Consent Form is com-

    pleted and returned to the school by Friday 26th January 2018.

    Please provide a waterproof coat , sun tan lotion, sun hat, packed lunch (if required) and water to drink

    for all activities. All water sports will require swimwear and a towel.

    Arrangements for the week The school transport will operate as normal.

    Some of the activities will have start and finish times beyond the School hours and you will need to make

    arrangements for getting to and from School in such circumstances.

    The canteen will be open during the week. If you are entitled to free school meals the students will need

    to book a packed lunch through the Catering Manager at least 24 hours before a planned external activity

    (i.e any activity not taking place within the school), which the student must collect from the canteen.

    During Challenge week students do not have to wear school uniform for any of the activities.

    Naturally we have high expectations of our students behaviour and we often receive compliments on

    their conduct. However, please note any unacceptable behaviour will result in students being withdrawn

    from activities. In such cases a refund will not be given as most bookings for visits will have been paid for

    in advance.

    Learning Outside of the Classroom

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    The following terms and conditions relate to student participation in both extra-curricular and curricular visits and activities. By signing and returning this Consent Form it is agreed that the parent/carer has read, understood and will comply with these terms and conditions. Note on ParentPay

    Please note that, in line with the move towards cashless payment systems in schools, Brannel

    School now uses ParentPay for the financial administration of all visits and activities. ParentPay

    has helped to alleviate the risks associated with students bringing large amounts of cash into

    school. It has also increased levels of control for parents/carers by ensuring that they are able to

    view and track payments online.

    Where a parent/carer is not able to pay online via their personal ParentPay account, please note the following options:

    Payments for items of 20 or less can be made in cash at the till point in Reception. The school will no longer accept card payments over the phone. The school will no longer accept personal cheques.

    Parents/carers can either come in to school in person to pay with a card at Reception or alternatively, please call the Finance Office to make payments over the phone. The Finance Office hours for this service will be 9.00am to 3.00pm.

    Should you have any queries regarding ParentPay or require support to activate your online

    account, please do not hesitate to contact the School Finance Office or email

    finance@brannel.com.

    No one is saying this will be easy ~ but it WILL be worth it!

    Educational VisitsTerms & Conditions

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    Educational VisitsTerms & Conditions

    TO BE RETAINED BY PARENT/CARER

    Terms and Conditions relating to educational visits and activities Consent Form 1.1 In order to comply with Health and Safety regulations, prior to participating in an educational visit or activity, all

    students must return a completed Consent Form signed by a parent/carer. 1.2 Students without a correctly signed Consent Form will not be allowed to participate in the visit or activity. Handwritten notes, letters or verbal consent will not be accepted. Expectations of Students 2.1 Students are expected to behave appropriately on school trips. The health and safety and enjoyment of the visit or

    activity by others is of paramount importance at Brannel School; inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated. 2.2 Any student behaving in an inappropriate manner or putting others at risk whilst participating in a visit or activity

    shall be removed immediately. This will be at the discretion of the Headteacher. Where necessary, this will be at the parent/carers expense.

    2.3 Any student behaving in an inappropriate manner or putting others at risk whilst at school prior to departure shall be removed from the visit or activity. This will be at the discretion of the Headteacher. The parent/carer will be

    required to stand any loss of deposit or cancellation charges. 2.4 Students are required to ensure that appropriate clothing is worn for visits and activities e.g. good waterproofs and

    walking shoes are essential for field study visits. If unsure please consult with the group leader. School uniform should be worn unless otherwise stated.

    2.5 In the interest of Health & Safety, students may use digital equipment such as iPods and similar during a school trip only at the Group Leaders discretion.

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