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St George And St Teresa Catholic Primary School

Our Lady and All Saints Catholic Multi Academy


Mill Lane, Bentley Heath, Solihull, West Midlands, B93 8PA

01564 774906


Treginnis Update 2022


Treginnis 2022:

We have had a fantastic first day here at Treginnis. We arrived just after lunchtime and were welcomed by Dan and his team. After finding our rooms, we were put straight to work out on the farm with groups feeding the sheep, pigs and chickens, as well as some children milking the goats. After a hearty dinner, with especially tasty brownies, the children have played out in the garden and will be ready for a good night's sleep with an early get up to look forward to tomorrow morning.

Mr Blewitt



Tuesday 11th October 2022

We had an action-packed day 2 at Treginnis with glorious weather. We were up and out by 7:30 to make sure that the goats were milked and the livestock fed. After that, a hearty breakfast of porridge and honey, and sausage and beans gave us energy for the day. Some of us walked the coastal path and saw a range of wildlife, including a baby seal in the cove on the headland. Others were out planting garlic and picking vegetables in the garden, chopping firewood, pressing apples, and grooming the donkeys. We finished the day with hot chocolate and a story before bed. It has been great to see so many children trying new things, encouraging each other, and enjoying learning about the countryside. On to day three after a good night's sleep!


Mr Blewitt

Wednesday 12th October


Today has been another wonderful day at Treginnis. Although the wind and the rain came in off the sea, it didn't dampen our spirits with another busy day ahead. The first part of the day involved feeding the pigs, chickens, sheep, and milking the goats. Then after breakfast with yummy croissants and jam, we were off to our morning activities. Group A went out with Alan the gardener to plant garlic. This was muddy and messy work in the pouring rain, but it was great to see the children's resilience when getting the job done. Then it was off to the poly tunnel to dry off and prepare the onions for the kitchen. Group B had a wet and windy coast walk with Fiona and learnt all about the local wildlife, while group C completed the enrichment and flower arranging activities inside. Thankfully, the weather eased after lunchtime and the sun may have even made a brief appearance! There was more gardening to be done, as well as grooming and walking the donkeys, and group A completed the log sawing for our log burner which has been keeping us warm in the dining area all day. The children have really done themselves proud with their attitude, even in the face of the elements, and it has been great to see them learning and contributing so much to the farm. They are all really looking forward to their trip to the beach and to spending some money in the shop tomorrow on their last day.


Mr Blewitt

Thursday 13th October

It has been an action-packed final day at Treginnis. Thankfully, the storm had passed through, and we had the most glorious weather for our activities today. After getting up and feeding the animals, we had bacon, eggs and the famous Treginnis porridge for breakfast. Group A had a wonderful coastal walk (much luckier with the weather today than the group yesterday). Group B took part in mindfulness activities and planted flower seedlings in a pot to bring back with them. Group C mucked out and groomed the donkeys, and then took them for a walk. After lunch (pizza bagels were a hit!), we went on a walk down to the cove at Porth Llisgi. The children had an amazing time enjoying the beach. There were stone stacks built, holes dug, stones skimmed and lots of sealife found in the rock pools - including a jellyfish and lots of crabs. The highlight was everyone running into the sea where we got very wet indeed. We have had the most wonderful time here at Treginnis and are very sorry that it must come to an end. The children have learnt so much about how our food is made, where it comes from, and the responsibility that we all have for nature and our environment. They have really bonded as a class and developed their teamwork, resilience and empathy for each other. I am sure that they can't wait to tell you all back home about the adventures that they have been on. See you all tomorrow!


Mr Blewitt