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Trips & Visits

We aim to provide each Year group with the opportunity to go on a school trip during the year. These trips are usually designed to compliment the children's learning, for example, children have visited Celtic Harmony Camp when learning about the Stone Age.

We understand that families face a number of financial pressures, with this in mind we endeavour to keep the cost of day trips to a maximum of £25.

Children in Year 4 are offered a residential trip during the Summer term. The 3-day activity trip is spent at PGL Caythorpe Court in Lincolnshire. The activities can vary each year but can include abseiling, aeroball, archery, high ropes course, Jacob's ladder, raft building and survivor. Parents are able to pay for the trip in instalments to make the cost more manageable.

The Year 4 children always return from their trip with a new-found sense of independence and confidence, preparing them for their move to a new school in Year 5.

Two girls wear their harnesses as they prepare for an activity at PGL
Day 1 Activities at PGL
A boy stands at the bottom of the zip wire at PGL, he is wearing his harness and helmet and holding a rope.
Zip Wiring at PGL
Wearing gloves, children use knives to whittle wood during a survival skills workshop
Survival Skills at PGL
Children grouped next to a lake, preparing to launch rafts they have build using rope, wood and blue plastic bung drums
Raft Building at PGL