Trip Information

We use external trips, residential camps and visitors to enhance our curriculum and provide experiences that couldn't happen in the usual school day. Often these take place at the start of a new topic to capture the children's imagination, ready for them to continue to build on their learning over the term. Currently we offer the following experiences:
 
Year 3 - A trip to Stonehenge linked to our Stone Age to Bronze Age topic, a visit by a historical expert for our 'Saxon Day' and a trip to Bristol Zoo to support our Rainforest topic. 
 
Year 4 - A two night stay at our Hooke Court residential camp. This links to our Victorians topic and the science curriculum. A trip to Carrymoor Environmental Centre to support our reduce, reuse and recycle topic, and a visit by a historical expert for our 'Ancient Egypt Day'.
 
Year 5 - A trip to the Steam Museum in Swindon to support our WWII topic, a visit by a historical expert for our 'Ancient Greek Day' and a trip to the We Are Curious planetarium to support our Space topic.
 
Year 6 - A four night stay at our Morfa Bay residential camp, which links to our Superstars topic. A local river walk, a visit to the local Lifeskills Centre and a visit by a historical expert for our 'Tudor Day'.