Year 6 End of Exams CelebrationPosted on: 15th Mar 2019
After the exams, Year 6 went on a trip to Jump Evolution. It was a very unique, fun trip, one that we will definitely remember.
We left school at 9:30 am in the morning and had a very long trip to Romford, but it was worth it in the end.
We arrived at Jump Evolution, and let me tell you, it was huge! We had at least a five minute wait for our special jumping socks and our two wristbands and then watched a very comical safety video, including hilarious red men literally cracking their leg in half (don’t worry, legs don’t break like that).
Jump Evolution had a HUGE range of obstacles to try. There were sets of trampolines, a trapeze, leading you into a foam-pit trap, a dodge ball area and even a pole to battle each other with soft foamy chunks. It was so much fun even our teachers tried the obstacles out! The easiest by far was was the trampolines but the scariest and the hardest was the trapeze. The perfect obstacle to lose your fear of heights!
It wasn’t all physical activity, upstairs, there was an area to buy candy, crisps, fizzy drinks and even slushies. (Try Cola, Cherry Cola, Lime and Raspberry. The perfect combo.) They were all quite cheap and it really quenched our thirst. Trust me, jumping non-stop for two hours is hungry and thirsty work!
After two hours of trampoline fun, we packed up to leave. We claimed jackets and purses and worried over anything else left. We returned to school much quicker than we came, which was a bit strange, but time flies when you’re having fun!
We got back to school at about 2 o’clock and went into the hall to be met with Papa John's pizza, garlic bread, garlic butter and drinks, generously donated by a dad of a classmate. The pizza was delicious, the garlic bread tasty and the garlic butter was very unique. There were a few arguments about the claims of pizza and demands for more garlic bread but overall, it was a very cheerful meal and certainly a delicious one.
That trip was definitely one of my favourites and I’m sure future Year 6 pupils will love it too. What’s more fun than jumping, treats to eat, a fun school-day and Papa Johns’?
By Pouran Year 6