Goodbye Whitby

After one final climb up the 199 steps, we got our things together and departed on the coach. We loved our visit to the coast and definitely made the most of it. We were sad to leave but happy at the thought of getting a hug from our families.

Parents, your children were a credit to you. Throughout the whole visit, they were polite, responsible and well behaved. Members of the public commented on the children’s lovely manners as they remembered their ‘pleases’ and ‘thankyous’. Your children have shown how independent they can be and have loved their experience. (Don’t let them kid you, you’ll never have to take the sheets and bedding off a bed again – they all proved they could do it!) Thank you for paying for and allowing your child to be part of this experience. When we have completed our learning about this unit, we’d love to invite you in to share what we have been discovering.

Children, thank you for being so polite and well behaved. Have a good rest this weekend and come back on Monday ready for action! If you were this good for Whitby, I know that you are going to be amazing for our PGL adventure after the SATs.

Staff, thank you so much for giving up your free time to come with us on the residential. We couldn’t have done it without you! Have a REALLY big rest this weekend and come back ready for action on Monday.

Lots of love

Mrs Bradbury, Mrs Walpole and Mrs Naylor






3 thoughts on “Goodbye Whitby

  1. Hi all

    Being in Whitby with our year 6 children has been a pleasure. Echoing what Mrs Bradbury & Mrs Walpole said … lots of people spoke to me about how lovely it was to see such a well-behaved set of children with so much enthusiasm and also having lots of fun along the way!!

    Well done year 6’s you are a credit to Redscope Primary School!!

    Love from Mrs Mason xx


  2. Awww looks like the kids had an amazing time, I know our Charlie has definatly loved it and hasn’t stopped talking about it! It’s nice to see that some kids brought little presents back for parents/ siblings, as for Charlie he bought a big chocolate fish in a box at £7.50! Haha makes a change instead of pencils a rubbers! But thank you to staff for taking Charlie on a fabulous adventure. Xx


  3. I think all of these photos show what a fantastic time we had in Scarborough and Whitby. It has been an absolute pleasure to be part of our very first Whitby residential. Taking such a polite group of children certainly has made it a trip to remember.
    Thank you to everybody for making the entire visit so successful and memorable.


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