PGL, Osmington 2024

On a very cold and windy April day, Seatown Class set off for their long awaited residential trip to PGL at Osmington Bay, Weymouth.

Once we’d arrived, we began our activities – fencing and the zip wire. We played the gauntlet challenge as a warm up before learning our ‘on guard’ positions.

The final two had a ‘moo-off’ to decide the winner!

The zip wire…

The 1st evening activity was called ‘Passport to the World’ and involved running around the site finding clues and winning points. It was a team game which meant any team returning without all team members had to hold the ‘hoop of shame’ to ensure better cohesion amongst the team. It also involved an aeroplane ‘take off’ and a ‘helicopter’ return.

The next morning we travelled to the sailing academy at Portland to have a go at raft building….another teamwork exercise.

It was cold and windy but a lot of fun! The giant swing and problem solving activities were our afternoon’s activities.


As if we hadn’t done enough physical activity, we tried our hands at Disc-Golf in the evening. 


After a final breakfast,

the last morning was spent playing Aeroball  and conquering the abseiling wall.


Our objectives were to step out of our comfort zones, show courage as we try new things and be a support and encouragement to our friends.

Job done! Congratulations, Seatown. You were all awesome!