Bath pupils make the most of new skills
Schoolchildren have been getting out of the classroom and enjoying a series of lessons with a difference.
Oldfield School hosted its annual cross-curricular week which included a whole range of sporting, health and fitness, cultural, education and recreational activities.
Pupils from Years 7 to 10 went on theatre and museum visits, tried their hand at caving, camping and canoeing, went along to a recording studio, made their own movies and learnt self-defence.
There was also a group who went on a residential trip to an outdoor activity centre in Bude in Cornwall.
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Assistant head teacher David Waters said the pupils got a lot out of the experience.
Mr Waters said: "This was an opportunity for students to develop new skills and to make new friends, or to find out the interests of the teachers.
"Cross-curricular week is now in its 14th year and is an important aspect of curriculum enrichment. It is a very popular event and we are sure it is of great value to our whole school community."