This year’s CAS day encompassed all three strands of CAS; Creativity, Activity and Service.
We began the day with Service at Treasure Boxes Inc at Beverley. Rikki, founder of Treasure Boxes, told us about their charity, which donates children’s goods to parents that are victims of domestic violence or that face homelessness. We all chipped in and brought something from home as well as the very generous donations from the staff.
We sorted clothing into sizes, sorted books into age groups and generally had a great time helping a worthy cause.
Next was onto Adventure Rooms where students had to use their Creativity and their smarts to escape situations.
The students were in four different teams and were battling to see who could escape faster. We then enjoyed a quick lunch down the mall.
Finally, we headed back to Woodcroft for Activity, where Old Scholar Josh Sorial put the group through their paces in a fitness session.
It was a great experience for all involved and I would like to thank all the staff who donated goods and to the students who embraced the day so wholeheartedly.