Educational Visits and Outings

Every term, all year groups go on at least one educational visit.  These may be tied in to the curriculum or to enhance social development.

Previous trips include Odds Park Farm, The Tower of London, mud larking on the Thames, The Imperial War Museum, The Neasden Temple, The Museum of Childhood and The British Museum, to name just a few. 

In the Summer term of Year 5, pupils take part in a residential experience.  Previous years have included: a bushcraft trip, where they camp under the stars, are taught to build fires and learn basic survival skills; and a stay at a residential centre taking part in a variety of activities, including pond dipping, science experiments and physical pursuits.

In the Summer term of Year 6, pupils attend a week-long residential camp.  Trips have included staying at a chateau in France and a PGL adventure course on the Isle of Wight.