Beech Hall pupils rewarded for hard work with fun activities

From zorbing to scuba-diving, pupils were treated to a week of exciting activities as part of Enrichment Week

Beech Hall School has concluded the academic year with an entertaining and educational Enrichment Week, in recognition of its pupils’ hard work. After a challenging yet rewarding year, children at the Tytherington-based school spent the week indulging in a variety of unique and exciting activities.

Some pupils took to the water with snorkelling and scuba-diving lessons’ in the school’s heated outdoor pool, while others undertook an introduction to lifeguarding and sailing at Rudyard Sailing Club. Additionally, some children opted to get active with games in the park, horse riding, zorb football, archery and laser clay pigeon shooting. Further fun events included an art battle, campanology lessons (bell ringing), cookery master classes and textiles. For those wishing for some quiet time, the school hosted board games in a relaxing space and poster designing competitions.

The active and engaging week culminated in Beech Hall School’s School’s ‘Party on the Lawn’, which saw pupils celebrating with their individual and group talents, before a celebratory service at St Peter’s Church in Prestbury on the Friday morning. Headmaster James Allen commented: “It has been an exciting, enriching and fun-filled week of activities. It is important to allow our pupils this time at the end of the academic year to focus further on their own personal wellbeing, have fun and celebrate with their peers.”