Army Challenge Helps Build Penkford Pupils Resilience

Pupils were put through their paces as part of an extreme classroom challenge project featuring an army assault course.

Students at Penkford School, which caters to children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties,got stuck into the six week challenge as part of a Key Stage 3 Resilience Project.

It was led by the school’s military mentor, Ciaran Muir, who is an amputee who served in Afghanistan.

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