Year 6 had a fabulous learning experience at Kench Hill centre. The week began with a two hour coach ride to Tenterden -Kent. The children were surrounded by beautiful countryside, local farms and we were close to the East Sussex coastline. We went on adventurous river walks (many wellies were flooded), visited a animal retreat center for rescued farm animals- were we got to feed the horses and goats. We spent hours on Camber Sands beach – building sand castles and paddling in the sea. As a class we had been learning about sustainability and climate change, whilst at Kench Hill we got get our hands dirty and pick and prepare food from the vegetable garden. We baked bread from flour, that we hand ground using a Saxon stone mill and collected eggs every morning from the pet chickens. We learnt a lot about responsibility and independence as we had to make our own beds daily and serve and clear up after every meal. Year 6 had a great time this year at Kench Hill.