Culture, city breaks and horse riding are some of the exciting adventures which will be offered to school children in a Fenland village.
Emneth Primary School has launched its Top 20 Project which aims to take youngsters on a series of experiences to create memories which will last a lifetime.
Activities include camping, cooking, growing and selling crops along with caring for pets and a residential holiday.
The project was inspired by the National Trust’s list of things to do before you are 11-and-three-quarters.
One of the people behind the scheme is teaching assistant Jackie Brenchley.
She said: “The children who are starting in reception now will take part in all 20 experiences before they leave. We are aiming to offer one or two activities to each year group in a year.
“This is a curriculum enrichment programme and will create memories of their time at Emneth Primary School.”
The Top 20 Project got off to an exciting start with a fun day.
Youngsters and later their parents were able to have a turn on a climbing wall, a bouncy castle and zorb balls.
Miss Brenchley said: “We are really pleased with the launch. There were a lot of happy smiling faces.”