A big group of staff have decided to set out on a challenge, we aim to complete The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge. The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge is a 39.2km circular walk starting in Horton-In-Ribblesdale.
The challenge consists of climbing the summits of Pen-Y-Ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m) in less than 12 hours. We aim to complete this challenge on Saturday 7 July.
We are going to title this walk ‘The Emmaus Walk’ and our aim is to raise money for the new kitchen we would like to install in our Emmaus Support Centre.
The Emmaus Support Centre in school has been opened for just over a year now. It aims to support the students in school who are facing barriers in making progress in school. By assisting these students and enabling them to overcome whatever barriers there are to making progress, the Emmaus Support Centre is helping all students in school, because these are the students who can disrupt learning and teaching in the classroom.
The preparation of food and drink is a key part of the Emmaus Centre and clearly it is vital that any preparation of food must be done in a hygienic environment and thus the need for a kitchen in our support centre. This requires money and this then has led this group of staff to accept this challenge and set out to conquer these 3 peaks and to raise some vital money for our school.
We will let you know in due course how you could sponsor the ‘Emmaus Walk Team’ and we will let you know who the members of this team are in the coming weeks. If there is any way financially you can support the team in raising the money required please contact school.