Trips & Activities Week
Every year during the summer term the school holds an Activities Week for years 7, 8 and 9. This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to experience a wide range of activities and participate in residential trips.
Activities Week is an integral part of the curriculum and all students participate as the usual timetable is suspended during this time.
Our annual educational trips programme enriches the School curriculum and makes a significant contribution to the acquisition of our students' knowledge and development of skills.
Studies of the natural and man-made world, the present and past, science and arts, language and music can all be enhanced outside the classroom whilst adventure activity and sports skills can form the foundation of life-long interests.
Typical trips include history trips to Krakow and Munich, geography field trips to the Eden Project and Bristol harbourside, drama trips to see Les Miserables and The King & I and music trips to the opera or a bespoke workshop.
These opportunities help to develop self-esteem, self-confidence and independence. They can also give our students the opportunity to experience other cultures and make and develop new friendships whilst broadening their horizons and knowledge.