What everyone wants on a wet summer's day, in England, is a trip to the seaside...
But the Swans won't be deterred, watch this page for our story - who said what happens on tour stays on tour!
Scroll to the bottom and work your way back!
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Just leaving the Humber Bridge.
ETA at school approx 9pm.
We're coming home!
Goodbye Scarborough - look still dry!
We love the R.N.L.I.
Learning about the history of the R.N.L.I. The new lifeboat.
Saving lives at sea? !
Replica dinosaur leg bone.....impressive size!
We are fascinated by the geological artefacts.
Will they be palaeontologists one day?
In Scarborough Rotunda.
We are loving the fossils, replica dinosaur bones and geological facts.
Day 2 still smiling
a) View of the sea front, cliffs and bay , note the castle a very short distance away on the headland
b) A Scarborough sea "fret" ( a sea mist which descends quickly around coastal areas)
Breakfast gets the thumbs up!
Good morning! A decent nights sleep! Don't remember when we last said that on morning two.
Time for "Plan C".... All set for an exciting day, but we may be back early, please watch out for announcements from Mrs Leighton. In case we exhaust undercover activities...
It's midnight and all we can hear is the wind ( and the rain...)
How long will it last?
These are the children allegedly ready for bed.
And now the staff entry for the Bin Bag Challenge!
(Subsequently disqualified for trying to compete in a competition for children...)
The Bin Bag Fashion Show.....
No change in the view from the window...
Loving the food!
To make the longest spanning bridge, which is 5cm off the table... using spaghetti and marshmallows!
Meanwhile back at base...
Mrs Coyle's card school...
"It's like this boys..."
Wet but having a wicked time!
No building sandcastles today.
Just a tad wet...
We took refuge in a friendly café, "Thirty hot chocolates and chips please ( don't tell your mothers)", then we steam dried...
"More chips any one?"
We're singing in the rain...
Heat wave... what heat wave?
This is when we were dry...
Bought the T Shirt...
We've got two sets of stairs!
First view of the sea, "Oh! It doesn't look like Skeg..."
On our way "Wow the Humber Bridge!"
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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