School children gather in Midhurst

contributed pictures in chi pix''Around 300 primary school children converged on Midhurst Rother College's Easebourne site for an outdoor activity festival.'Organised by MRC-based Natalie Jagota from the central Sussex school sport partnership, more than 50 MRC Year 8 school sports leaders guided the children around the meadows and woodland, solving clues which led them to base camp.'The overall winners of the day were Petworth Primary School pupils.'Among the other schools taking part were Fernhurst, Fittleworth, Midhurst, Rake, Rogate, Stedham, Camelsdale, Northchapel and Bury.
contributed pictures in chi pix''Around 300 primary school children converged on Midhurst Rother College's Easebourne site for an outdoor activity festival.'Organised by MRC-based Natalie Jagota from the central Sussex school sport partnership, more than 50 MRC Year 8 school sports leaders guided the children around the meadows and woodland, solving clues which led them to base camp.'The overall winners of the day were Petworth Primary School pupils.'Among the other schools taking part were Fernhurst, Fittleworth, Midhurst, Rake, Rogate, Stedham, Camelsdale, Northchapel and Bury.

About 300 primary school children converged on Midhurst Rother College’s Easebourne site for an outdoor activity festival.

Organised by MRC-based Natalie Jagota from the central Sussex school sport partnership, more than 50 MRC Year 8 school sports leaders guided the children around the meadows and woodland, solving clues which led them to base camp.

The overall winners of the day were Petworth Primary School pupils.

Among the other schools taking part were Fernhurst, Fittleworth, Midhurst, Rake, Rogate, Stedham, Camelsdale, Northchapel and Bury.