Pupils ditched the Xbox and sampled many of activities their parents and grandparents enjoyed when they were children.
The Sir Henry Floyd School pupils have just finished their activities week which included baking bread, knitting, walking in the fresh air, visiting the beach, building a camp in the woods, making models and flying kites.
There were also trips to theme parks Asterix Parc and Thorpe Park and the cemeteries of Brittany.
The annual week takes place in the days before the school breaks up for the summer – and has hopefully taught the students some alternative ways to enjoy themselves during the next six weeks.
Deputy headteacher Andria Hanham said: “The sun really shone this year and gave us its blessing on the whole week when temperatures hit the 30 degree mark on several days. Gallons of water must have been consumed!”