One of the five ways to wellbeing is to Be Active and the crew on board at An Ocean Adventure in Agbrigg did that all week as part of their Culture Cures funded half-term creative camp.
Day three of the camp involved more games, songs and hoisting up the sail on the ship which was a focal point of the set which had been created sea-themed inside St Catherine’s Church on Doncaster Rd, Wakefield.
The young people who were in attendance also met a new character – a turtle – who told stories about the issues of waste polluting the sea.
Together the team collected litter and even made jelly fish out of old carrier bags and sheets of plastic.
They also made signs about the sea and ‘saving the ocean,’ as the young people were inspired to take action.
Turtle and the other characters also led a circle and song time where everyone danced like jellyfish in a routine they created in small groups to show one another.
The day ended on a high as everyone took part in a ‘jelly fish’ fashion parade, before sharing how the day went in a circle time activity.