Brixington pupils reach dizzy heights

Brixington Primary School pupils faced a mental and physical challenge when they scaled the dizzy heights of a climbing centre’s obstacles

Brixington Primary School pupils proved they were high fliers when they took time out from the classroom for a mental and physical challenge.

A 30-strong group of pupils showed they had a head for heights when they were invited to scale the Clip n Climb obstacles at Exeter’s Quay Climbing Centre.

A Brixington Primary School spokeswoman said: “The children, all from Year five, were harnessed up and able to climb around 20 bright, unique and exciting climbing walls.

“All the children had an amazing time and thoroughly enjoyed their visit.”

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