Dol y Moch-Memories

The last few days have been such an experience and working with the children in a different setting has been priceless. We have all learnt so much and supported and encouraged each other as a family would. The BH family has shown what is needed for society to succeed. I hope you are all enjoying the time back with your other family members. I hope the week will stay in your memories for many years- respect, responsibility and resilience!!

19 thoughts on “Dol y Moch-Memories

  1. dol y moch was amazing !!!
    we had sooo much fun and we did lots of fun activities such as climbing a mountain,kayaking and loads more. I would like to thank all of the teachers who came with us and mrs frankish who booked it.

    keeleigh 6s :)

  2. Dol y Moch was one of the best experience of my life and I would like to say a massive thank you to Mrs Raja Khan Miss Sahin Mrs Frankish and all the staff and Plas Dol y Moch! I loved kayaking though me Miss Sahin and Keeleigh were capsized and fell into the water!Then we did the Dol y Moch dive when Conner sort of pushed us into the Antartica cold water (very cold water)! We even climbed a mountain much taller than dovedale which was very impressive. When we went to the beach there were lots of jellyfish washed ashore at the beach we saved around 6 of the 15 anemones. :) We went to another beache where we had to go through tight rocky corners and we saw conner accidently jumped on top of a jellyfish and it went SPLOSHHHHHHHH! I didn’t want to leave Dol y moch it was an amazing experience and I’m glad I went! :)

    • It is these memories that will last a lifetime and help to remind you of the strength that you have to challenge yourself in the future.

  3. MY favourite memory at Dol-Y-Moch was when we went kayaking and we had the sponge fight and everyone was aiming them at Collin. I found it really hard to choose one memory to talk about because they were all amazing and so much fun.

  4. Mrs Raja Khan and Mrs Sahin thank you for putting up with us. Mrs Raja Khan didn’t always get to open her fast on time and I am so sorry but you are so strong to be able to do all those things without moaning once.

    • The time wasn’t about fasting it was about teamwork and appreciating everyone’s needs whether Christian, Sikh, Muslim, Hindu or non believing!

    • The fasting was my personal challenge and not eating straight after opening the fast was part of my teamwork. The memories and strength that I gained from all of the group can not be measured. You did activities such as climbing mountains that were extremely high and I do not know if I would have continued all the way up without the support and encouragement of the children. We did it together, these are the memories that you should never forget.

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