STUDENTS who transferred to King Edward VI Humanities College from primary schools were given the opportunity to find their way around the college before the older students returned after the summer holiday.
A summer school organised before the start of term gave them a chance to make themselves familiar with the college and their new year seven tutor base in the recently completed Eco Barn.
The students took part in a variety of activities over four days which included team work, multi-skills and an opportunity to meet and make new friends and find their way around. The week ended with a barbecue and a presentation ceremony.
l Pictured are four of the new students who made use of the summer school introduction to life at the college. They are Courtney Curwen, Luke Parker, Cally Russell and Bradley Hind enjoying multi-skills activities.