On Thursday 24th June Year Five should have been climbing England and Wales' higest mountain, which is Snowdon.
Welsh covid restrictions put a stop to this and instead we were lucky enough to take part in some taster sessions of some of the activities we'll get to do more of in Year Six.
This included a day on Dartmoor hiking up High Willhayes which is its tallest tor!
(at over 600m it is officially a mountain, although not one as big as Snowdon)
Everyone had a great time and showed real determination - I think they may have been tired by the end too!
We'll be climbing Snowdon in September now.