Day Visits A variety of single day visits are organised throughout the year to enhance the curriculum. Examples from recent years include the following;
There are a variety of themed days throughout the year across all year groups where specialists are invited in to provide further enhancement to the curriculum. Such days include Greek day, Egyptian day and WW2 day.
Residential visits are actively promoted and well supported.
The majority of children in the lower school currently take advantage of opportunities to go on a residential journey to the Leeson House Field Study Centre (History & Environmental Studies).
Visits abroad in the upper school focus on modern foreign language and topic work. The children spend 5 days based in France staying in the delightful town of St Omer. Each day is very full and includes town studies of St Omer, Boulogne and Le Touquet. There are also a number of visits to local places of interest, such as a goat farm, a chocloate factory, a WW2 museum, a french market, a chance to play on the beach and a visit to the famous Nausicaa Sea Life Centre in Boulogne.
It is a busy but fun end to their Year 6 studies.