PUPILS from Rosneath Primary School have been getting busy disproving the idea that children these days don’t like the great outdoors.

The school’s P6 and P7 pupils spent a week just before their mid-term break at the Ardeonaig Outdoor Centre, next to Loch Tay in Perthshire, picking up a variety of team-building skills.

Canoeing, orienteering and getting to grips with a high-rope climbing frame were just a few of the activities they enjoyed during five days at the centre, one of four across Scotland run by the Abernethy Trust.

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And those who stayed at home were kept busy too, creating a short film showcasing the school’s vision and values for their fellow pupils, family and friends.

A spokesperson for the school told the Advertiser: “The children had a fantastic time.”

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