|Dozen venture into the hills|
||27 Jun 2017|
|General News - page 6 - 153 words - ID 799834570 - Photo: Yes - Type: News Item - Size: 331.00cm2|
Twelve Hornby students recently took part in a three-week Wilderness Adventure as part of the Project K programme. Project K is sponsored by the Graeme Dingle Foundation and designed for Year 10 students. It has four stages: an induction; a three-week Wilderness Adventure during which the students are taken into the mountains for three weeks; a Community Challenge; and a 12-month Mentoring Partnership with trained adult mentors. The students tell us that being on the programme increases their self-belief and confidence and it has been proven to significantly improve academic performance.
Above: Students with their instructors on the Wilderness Adventure. Standing at rear are students Alyssa Wright, Ruth Espie, Caleb Niewenhuize, Joseph Fraser, Noah Sefo, Samuel Weir, Aurora Gray and Donovan Brown. Kneeling in front are students Jamie McKay, Chloe Rolton, Montana Jamieson, instructors Riki McDonald and Ellen Rankin, and student Megan Hepple. Left: Alyssa Wright takes up the challenge of abseiling.
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