We woke up to another foggy day. We had survived the first night, but did wake up early and were ready for our cooked breakfasts. As the sun was beginning to peep through the clouds, we tidied our rooms for inspection. Some of us had more tidying to do than others!!
Group A set about building their shelters from the branches provided. This required teamwork, we all rose to the occasion and worked together. Mrs Vickery helped test our shelters to see if they were waterproof. Some of us got quite wet!
Group B completed a set of challenges to earn protection for their eggs. They must have done well as they had a 100% success rate, no eggs broken.
This afternoon the sun came out as we walked down to the beach. Rock pool making, fossil hunting and sandcastle building were planned. After successfully finding whelks, anemones and periwinkles, we left our rock pools to settle. We manged to easily find some impressive sharks teeth and fossils.
Our evening entertainment was listening to a fascinating talk about wildlife around Stubbington.
Then it was time for bed,