Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition 2019 - School for Autism - part III

The group have enjoyed a campfire this evening in the beautiful sunshine.

They toasted marshmallows and made s’mores - gooey and delicious marshmallow squashed between 2 chocolate digestive biscuits! Yummy!!

We’ve seen some gorgeous views and there have been lots of happy, smiling faces from all the students and staff. It’s been brilliant to relax and explore together!

Everyone rounded off the evening with some campfire songs before heading back to get ready for bed.

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