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Visits & Trips

Educational visits are crucial opportunities to learn beyond the classroom. They allow students to learn more about the world around us and provide them with the opportunity to develop their group and social skills in a different setting. 

All pupils enjoy regular opportunities to enrich learning through trips out of school. In Years 1 to 10, visits and trips are organised in relation to the topics and themes being taught in class. They may be to museums, cultural sites and events or activity centres, and are designed to support the learning in the classroom. 

In Years 5 and Key Stage 3, we offer the opportunity to enjoy an annual residential trip. This opportunity is of great benefit in supporting independence, leadership and teamwork, maturity and self-esteem. For many students, it is the highlight of the year.

Every effort is made by the organising staff to share information and costs at an early stage. We hope that all students will be able to attend but for those that are not able to go, a topic-related programme is offered at school during the residential week.