Teachers and young people celebrated the end of March by focusing on all things wellbeing.
The day commenced with yoga and relaxation techniques, headed by the school’s very own assistant psychologist, Michaela - setting everyone up for the day ahead.
Next on the agenda was a drive through the New Forest National Park where Richard Austin treated everyone to a live woodcarving session where he carved the students an owl sculpture, which will take pride of place in the school once a name has been agreed upon!
To work up an appetite students explored the arboretum; concluding with a delicious morning tea consisting of smoothies, fresh juice and a range of home backed cookies, courtesy of Helen Howells, of the Forestry Commission.
Upon arrival back at the school, students heard a beautiful harp recital at the hands of the school’s very own music therapist, Owain. Lunch was promptly served which also followed the wellbeing theme, lovingly prepared by our very own school cook, Alison and domestic manager, Tina.
After lunch, the end of term celebration assembly began with students receiving their certificates, commemorating their achievements over the Spring Term, followed by the viewing of a slideshow, consisting of a collection of memories made over the course of the term- a fitting conclusion to successful and enjoyable term.