THESE Hampshire pupils are certainly enjoying the wild side of school.

Stroud School in Romsey is enjoying a week of bushcraft activities and camping out as part of its Intrepidus Week, a week of exciting activities to develop resilience, collaboration and curiosity for its pupils!

Set in the school’s 22 acres of grounds, the week’s unique timetable consists of gardening, pond dipping, mini-bug hunting, country dancing, drama, nature walks, cookery, Forest School, swimming, as well as bushcraft activities and camping out overnight!

The school motto, In Aeternum Intrepidus (Forever Undaunted), has inspired the school to create a week that pushes children outside their comfort zone and into a world of curiosity, teamwork, being in nature and having as much fun as possible.

Campfire Wild Adventureshave spent a day and night with each school bubble.